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Adding a 1tb ssd

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Hp omen Obelisk 8750014
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I’m getting the HD Omen Obelisk as a Christmas present. This will be my first gaming desktop. I’m going to add a samsung 2.5 inch EVO  860 1TB SSD to it. My question is should i replace the onboard HDD or add it in addition to the NVME SSD and the and the existing HDD.

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Hello @Thetree

 

I dont have access to an Obelisk, so I will say it all depends on which one you get. They could have a couple of different motherboards. If you have the available Sata port (and there should be one), then absoltutely add the new ssd in addition to whats there.  IT wont hurt anything to have two or more data drives connected.

 

Upgrade manual... http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06140594

 

 

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Hello @Thetree

 

I dont have access to an Obelisk, so I will say it all depends on which one you get. They could have a couple of different motherboards. If you have the available Sata port (and there should be one), then absoltutely add the new ssd in addition to whats there.  IT wont hurt anything to have two or more data drives connected.

 

Upgrade manual... http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06140594

 

 

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Thanks for the upgrade manual

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