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Re: HP Pavilion 690-0067C and want to upgrade to an SSD NVME M.2 500GB or 1 TB? is 1 TB too large?

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@Photoray002 I want to do the same upgrade to my Pavilion Desktop PC 570-Po45XT but HP support said there was a size limit of 256Mb on the SSD that I could add. Is the 2280 Form Factor for a 500 MB NVMe too long to fit in the case properly ?? I can't think of any other reason why there might be a limit on the SDD.

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256MB or GB?

HP might have only shipped that series with up to a 256 GB SSD and perhaps that is what the employee was confused about, but the overall capacity the port will accept is not limited to that. Yes you must use the 2280 form.

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I went with the 500GB SSD NVME M.2 Samsung 970 Evo, install was easy and all went well.  Decided not to spend the xtra $$ for a 1TB.

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Thanks for quick response to my query. I plan to buy a Samsung 970 EVO Plus @ 500G.  Wish me luck !

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Thanks for your comment on my situation.  I plan to go with the Samsung 970 EVO Plus @ 500G.  Wish me luck.

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256MB or GB?

HP might have only shipped that series with up to a 256 GB SSD and perhaps that is what the employee was confused about, but the overall capacity the port will accept is not limited to that. Yes you must use the 2280 form. krogerfeedback


Exactly what I needed! You just saved me several hours. Thanks!

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