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Does my laptop's motherboard support M2. SSD?

HP Notebook - 15-ba017ax
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Does my motherboard support M2. SSD ? Is it SATA II or SATA III ?

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Does my motherboard support M2. SSD ? Is it SATA II or SATA III ?


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It does not have slot for M.2 storage.

 

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Does my laptop's motherboard support M2. SSD?

I want to know the full specification of my motherboard, I mean what does it support and what doesn't. Below I giving the details of my motherboard.

Motherboard:

Model                                               81F6

Manufacturer                                 HP

Processor revision                        66.43

Serial number                                PFXMBH21U24BW8

BIOS Identifier                                c

SMBios Version                              2.8

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Does my laptop's motherboard support M2. SSD?

Hi,

You can replace the 2.5" HDD with a 2.5" SATA3 SSD which would give a great boost to the notebook.

Max RAM is 16GB of DDR3L 1600MHz (2x8GB)

These are the upgrades possible. You can take a look at the service manual which will show the possible upgrades:

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786

 

Hope it helps,

David

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