Hello! After I've research on the my HP Omen manual, I can see that I can upgrade RAM, SATA storage drives, and M.2 NVMe SSD. I'm wondering, can I able to exceed upgrade RAM, SATA storage drives, and M.2 NVMe SSD more than recommended upgrade size? like upgrade RAM to 64GB 2666mhz instead to 32GB 2666mhz, upgrade SATA storage drives to 4TB SSD instead 2TB SSD/HDD, and upgrade M.2 NVMe SSD to 2TB instead 1TB?
So then is it upgrade higher than recommended? Like way overkill of 64GB RAM, 4TB SATA SSD, and 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD with Windows 10 Pro upgrade instead high performance of 32GB RAM, 2TB SATA SSD, and 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD with standard Windows 10 Home
RAM: No, 64GB won't work. You can try at your own risk
STORAGE: I don't believe 4TB would physically fit, 4TB 2.5" HDD drives are normally thicker (12.5mm). For NVMe drives you can use larger than 2TB, as long as they are singled sided otherwise again too thick
WINDOWS: You can upgrade to Windows 10 Pro with your $ and Microsoft.
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