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Ram upgrade on the hp omen 15 dc0091cl

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I am wondering if it is possible to place in 24 gb of ram. I see the maximum is 32 GB, but no device was released with 24 gb of ram. I would do it by 1*16 gb ram stick and 1*8 gb ram stick. I was also wondering if a "Crucial P2 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD Up to 2400MB/s - CT50" would fit in this device; as well as a "Seagate FireCuda 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive Performance SSHD".

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@MantisGod01 

 

The specs of your machine is

 

         https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06084792

 

Which is lower specs than my machine but they are on a same series.

 

1. RAM: You can upgrade to 24GB normally we do not use 8GB + 16GB. My machine has 32GB (16GB+16GB) but again you can use  existing 8GB + 16GB using

 

             SamsungR.png

 

2. STORAGE: The specs says it has 16 GB PCIe® NVMe™ Intel® Optane™ Memory for storage acceleration which does not make any sense at all. What do you have now ? Does it also have normal 2.5" HDD ? I need to know before make my recommendation. My machine has dual storage as shown

 

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The Intel ssd that you listed, is installed in my device. For the hard drive, it is the standard 1 TB hard drive that comes with the 1050 ti graphics card and i7 processor package.

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@MantisGod01 wrote:

.... For the hard drive, it is the standard 1 TB hard drive ....


@MantisGod01 

 

Thanks, It does make sense now. You can setup similar to my machine for storage using M.2 VVMe SSD drive + existing 2.5" HDD. For M.2 NVMe SSD drive, you can use the following M.2 SSD options

 

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

             https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-delivers-next-level-ssd-performance-with-980-pro-for-gaming-...

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

            https://www.crucial.com/products/ssd/crucial-p5-ssd

    Or similar from reputable vendors.
                   One example (compatible drive, can use smaller/larger capacity)

                             https://www.crucial.com/ssd/p5/ct1000p5ssd8/ct18124442

 

But REMEMBER to

 

     (a) Disable Optane ,

     (b) Replace Optane with new M.2 NVMe SSD drive,

    

To make life easier, please clone HDD to SSD before the swap.

 

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