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Can I upgrade HP 14s-dk0121au

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HI! I am just wondering if I can upgrade this laptop's Memory, Hard Drive and others? If so, will the warranty be void?

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Memory and storage are pretty much going to be the possible upgrades. You are allowed to upgrade those without voiding the warranty but any damage will be at your own risk. 

 

Service Manual 

 

Start on p. 31. Max memory would be 2 x 16 gig DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM, although the Manual says it is 2 x 8. 

 

You already have a very fast and fairly large M.2 SSD of the best NVME kind (512 gb) but could install a larger one or add a hard drive, but would need additional hardware for that (caddy and cable)

 

blue square = HDD black circle = RAM red square = M.2 SSDblue square = HDD black circle = RAM red square = M.2 SSD

 

Post back with any more questions and please accept as solution if this is the info you needed. 


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