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Im looking to get my father an optane module for his new computer. It is the pavilion 570-p047. From what I can find it has an H270 chipset and nvme support so I do not see why not but cannot verify. Any help would be very appreciated. Thank you

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this system has a Lubin motherboard that has a M.2 slot for a 2280 format SSD if you have no current SSD then installing one will be a better choice than a optane module

 

and if you do have a SSD installed then a optane module will not really give you much since your system appears to have 16gb ram allready

 

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05502837

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I'm no expert but the way I understand it is that most of the advantage of an SSD comes from the OS system files being quick access and I dont know if he would be comfortable moving his installation from one drive to another. My goal is to speed up his computer without adding extra maintenance, like periodically moving files from the SSD to the HDD to ensure that it does not overfill. I am not against the idea but I am still leaning toward optane as the simplest solution from an end user stand point, but counter view points are most

definitely welcome. Thank you for your input

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a ssd is much much faster than a mech drive and is the one single thing that will make the system seem more responsive/faster

 

cloning a existing drive to a new SSD is rather easy and quickly done (clonezilla is one such program) if you buy a retail SSD, they usually include such a imaging program and the simple directions on how to do this

 

use google with" clone HD to SSD" and you will locate numerous links showing how easy it is

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