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Hiperborea-Ro
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OMEN by HP Laptop 17-an0xx HDD upgrade

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Hello what is the top PCIe NVMe M.2 i can use and the a SATA SSD 2.5 inch i can use,thank you.

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@Hiperborea-Ro 

 

The limit is very high but due to physical size limit you can use 2TB for M.2 NVMe SSD and 2TB (may be TB) 2.5" SSD.

 

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Yea I got the nvme @ 2T but for the sata ssd 2.5" I gone with 4T all looks OK.

Thx for the reply btw. 

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