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Adding a second M2 ssd to HP Omen 880

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Hey, 

I have an HP omen 880-127ns, Tampa 2 motherboard.

I just bought an SSD (model CT1000MX500SSD4) and I would like to know.

1) Is it compatible?

2) Can I add the ssd to the M2 Socket Key M (the one adjacent to the RAM slots) or do I need to replace it into my existing 128gb M2?

 

Thank you in advance

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@PjdeP 

 

You can use Crucial P1 or Samsung 970 EVO or look at Device Manager to see what is it now and buy same brand, same characteristics.

 

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@PjdeP 

 

Its specs

 

   https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05841845

 

It motherboard only has 1 M.2 slot for storage which is occupied by 128GB PCIe NVMe drive therefore you have to replace it with a bigger (capacity) SSD.

 

The CT1000MX500SSD4 is a SATA SSD, as you can see your machine uses NVMe SSD therefore it MAY work but slow.

 

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Thank you. Would any NVMe ssd work then?

For example would this one work "fast" 

CT1000P1SSD8. If not can you recommend one that would work.

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@PjdeP 

 

You can use Crucial P1 or Samsung 970 EVO or look at Device Manager to see what is it now and buy same brand, same characteristics.

 

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To go extrapolate to my other question. How can I tell if an SSD is compatible with my system. Are all of them compatible as long as they are M2/NVMe

 

And (SB-RKTQ-1TB) is it compatible?

 

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