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Kelund
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Upgade the Solid State Drive - lager and faster?

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HP 15-BC505NO
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HI,
I have been looking at the HP model HP 15-BC505NO Laptop.
It comes with a 128GB M2 SATA III Solid state drive.
If I buy the Laptop I would like to upgrade the SSD to a lager NVMe SSD. A model like for instant an INTEL 660 NVMe 3x4.
Is that possibility and will speed be faster than what the M. SATA III will give?
I could also have asked if the motherboard support 3x4, M2 NVMe?
When I read the manual, I have my doubts. Please look at attached fill.
Kindly and stay safe Hard drive Page 8.JPGSolid State drive M.2 Page 43.JPG

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banhien
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@Kelund wrote:

... It comes with a 128GB M2 SATA III Solid state drive....


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Sounds like you have to stick with M.2 SATA SSD's. It supports dual storage, you can add 2.5" HDD/SSD to it but you need more part(s).

 

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banhien
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@Kelund wrote:

... It comes with a 128GB M2 SATA III Solid state drive....


@Kelund 

 

Sounds like you have to stick with M.2 SATA SSD's. It supports dual storage, you can add 2.5" HDD/SSD to it but you need more part(s).

 

Regards.

BH
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