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I want to add an SSD to my device HP Gaming Pavilion - 17-cd0005nt

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Will my warranty get affected, and which types of ssd i can add to my device? Please help me

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Hello @ErenTigli 

 

No it wont affect your warranty, but the new parts will not be warrantied by HP either. If you break something in the process of installing, you might void your warranty.

 

Your specs show you already have a 512GB NVMe SSD installed. Are you wanting to swap that out for another larger drive?

It will hold either an M.2 Sata or M.2 NVMe drive. But its pointless to install a Sata M.2 drive as the prices for NVMe are about the same now days.

Your manual page 30... http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06367545

 

You can also add a standard 2.5 inch Sata SSD in the spot reserved for HDD's. You should make sure the bracket and connector are installed first. Sometimes they are left out at the factory and HP does not resell them...

Page 33 of that same manual

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