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Omen 880 Upgrades

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Omen 880-xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My omen 880 that comes with Motherboard "Tampa 2" started to work slowly so I checked the performance tab in CTRL+ALT+Del and it was my hard disk that was being slow, I also want to upgrade my RAM and CPU, any help or advice on Hard Disk & RAM & CPU Upgrades for Omen 880 models with Tampa 2 Motherboard?

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RAM supported is 288 PIN UDIMM DDR4 up to 2666 Mhz... You can buy higher speed (Mhz) but it will only run at 2666 as that is the highest that the Motherboard Tampa 2 will support so don't waste your money!

 

Hard Disk supported is m2 type SSD ... most M.2 drives are 22mm wide and 80mm long, this is the ONLY size supported by the Tampa 2 Motherboard. Also, The Tampa 2 Motherboard ONLY supports socket type M SSD's.

 

CPU supported is any LGA-1151 or FCLGA-1151 or LGA-1151-300 or FCLGA-1151-300 Coffee Lake/Coffee Lake Refresh (they are all the same thing) up to 95 W Power Requirement or go here and look in the "TDP" column : https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/search/featurefilter.html?productType=873&1_Filter-Socke...

 

EDIT : 8th & 9th Generation Coffee Lake processors are supported. Also note that the CPU RAM requirement must not be above 2666 Mhz

 

Happy Upgrading!

 

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RAM supported is 288 PIN UDIMM DDR4 up to 2666 Mhz... You can buy higher speed (Mhz) but it will only run at 2666 as that is the highest that the Motherboard Tampa 2 will support so don't waste your money!

 

Hard Disk supported is m2 type SSD ... most M.2 drives are 22mm wide and 80mm long, this is the ONLY size supported by the Tampa 2 Motherboard. Also, The Tampa 2 Motherboard ONLY supports socket type M SSD's.

 

CPU supported is any LGA-1151 or FCLGA-1151 or LGA-1151-300 or FCLGA-1151-300 Coffee Lake/Coffee Lake Refresh (they are all the same thing) up to 95 W Power Requirement or go here and look in the "TDP" column : https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/search/featurefilter.html?productType=873&1_Filter-Socke...

 

EDIT : 8th & 9th Generation Coffee Lake processors are supported. Also note that the CPU RAM requirement must not be above 2666 Mhz

 

Happy Upgrading!

 

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