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HP ZBook 17 G3 IDS Base Model Mobile Workstation
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Hi, I need help to find out if this NVMe SSD  is compatible with my workstation: https://www.westerndigital.com/products/internal-drives/wd-black-sn850x-nvme-ssd#WDS400T2X0E 

 

I have to upgrade the current one because I only have about 500GB and I would like it to go to 2TB or 4TB. I opened my computer and I think there are two NVMe slots but I still don´t know if that one would work with my workstation. If not, I would appreciate your recommendations to find a new compatible one. 

 

Thanks, everyone!

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Hi!

 

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Yes.

 

It is PCIe NVMe 2280 format, so it is compatible. 

 

The 2 and 4TB versions are compatible with your ZBook.

 

https://youtu.be/bU3p3wQTphY?si=xp5zi5fwUwmrCbV3



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Learn how to remove and replace the solid state drive on the HP ZBook 17 G3 Mobile Workstation. CAUTION: Improperly installing or replacing parts could damage your HP device or void your warranty. Before replacing any parts, check your warranty. For other helpful videos go to ...
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Hi!

 

Welcome to the HP Community Forum!

 

Yes.

 

It is PCIe NVMe 2280 format, so it is compatible. 

 

The 2 and 4TB versions are compatible with your ZBook.

 

https://youtu.be/bU3p3wQTphY?si=xp5zi5fwUwmrCbV3



I am a volunteer forum member, not an HP employee. If my suggestion solved your issue, don't forget to mark that post as the accepted solution. If you want to say thanks, click on the Yes button next to the "was this reply helpful?"



Learn how to remove and replace the solid state drive on the HP ZBook 17 G3 Mobile Workstation. CAUTION: Improperly installing or replacing parts could damage your HP device or void your warranty. Before replacing any parts, check your warranty. For other helpful videos go to ...
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Thank you very much! It has been quite hard to know if is compatible. I work in the architecture field, create renders, and work with Revit. Do you think is more convenient to buy a 2 or a 4TB SSD?  

I also would like to change my Ram memory for a 64gb one (currently have 16gb) Do you know which ones would be compatible?

Thank you so much for your help!

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