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I cannot find any info as to if I can add a 2nd SSD to OMEN 17.3 inch Gaming Laptop PC 17-ck0000 (3V6M3AV).  Does anyone know? Has anyone tried?

Thanks

 

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Hi:

 

Chapter 1 of the maintenance and service guide on your notebook's support page indicate that 2 NVMe SSD's are supported.

 

Maintenance and Service Guide (hp.com)

 

Chapter 5, page 33 shows the location of where the 2 NVMe SSDs are.

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

Chapter 1 of the maintenance and service guide on your notebook's support page indicate that 2 NVMe SSD's are supported.

 

Maintenance and Service Guide (hp.com)

 

Chapter 5, page 33 shows the location of where the 2 NVMe SSDs are.

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Thank you Paul. I would never have looked in the maintenance and service guide

Hart

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You're very welcome, Hart.

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Hi Paul,

In regards to the two SSDs in an OMEN 17.3 inch Gaming Laptop PC 17-ck0000 (3V6M3AV), the manual only references 1TB SSDs.   Does that mean a 2TB SSD is not supported?  What I was thinking of doing is putting the existing 1 TB, PCIe-4 × 4 into slot 2, (since PCIe-4 is backwards compatible) and buy a new 2TB PCIe-4 for slot 1.  Do you know if this will work?

Thanks

Hart

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Hi, Hart:

 

Normally the drive capacities shown in the service manual are just what HP offered in the model series, not the maximum capacity supported.

 

So, I believe that a 2 TB NVMe SSD should work fine.

 

If you look at the Crucial memory/SSD report for your notebook's model series, it shows that they offer NVMe SSD's up to 4 TB.

 

HP - Compaq HP OMEN 17-ck0000 | Memory RAM & SSD Upgrades | Crucial.com

 

Cheers,

 

Paul

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