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I Need Help For Information Regarding HP Pavillion Gaming 15 . Please Help

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Pavilion Gaming 15
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Hello ! I have HP Pavilion Gaming 15 Laptop with Configuration Of Intel i5 and 8 GB Ram with 256 GB nvme SSD and 1 TB of HDD.

 

I have Few Questions.

Q1:) Can I replace nvme m.2 ssd with 512 GB one and also at the time replace the 1 TB HDD with any Other 1 TB SATA SSD or SSHD ?

 

 

Q2:) Whats Maximum Size Limit for Upgrading the nvme m.2 (Important) ?

 

Q3:) Whats Maximum Size Limit For replacement of SATA 

HDD with SSD or SSHD. I mean Like if the HDD is 1 TB , Can I put SATA SSD or SSHD of the same Storage Size in its place?

 

I hope You are getting my question! 

Please I need answers!

 

 

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@Jafu342 

 

I don't know what is your HP Pavillion Gaming 15, assuming  it has dual storage with M.2 NVMe SSD abd 1TB 2.5" HDD.

 

A1. Yes you can replace both at the same time.

 

A2. The limit is very high but normal single sided 2280 format is 2TB, some vendors make 4TB now but 2TB is recommended. You can use

              https://www.samsung.com/au/memory-storage/970-evo-nvme-m2-ssd/MZ-V7E2T0BW/

              https://www.crucial.com/products/ssd/crucial-p2-ssd

           Or similar from reputable vendors.

 

A3. Same, the limit is high but physically 2TB is the number, higher capacity SSHD's are normally thicker. You can fing 4TB foe SSD on market now

                    https://www.mwave.com.au/product/samsung-870-qvo-4tb-25-sata-iii-6gbs-4bit-mlc-vnand-ssd-mz77q4t0bw-...

 

Regards,

BH
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