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HP notebook 15g dr 0006tx. Does it support ssd nvme? what is the bios of it?

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HP notebook 15g dr 0006tx
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I wan to upgrade to ssd. what is the maximum size of ssd that can be installed?

which ssd will be the best suited for this pc?

does it support ssd nvme? 

what is the bios of the pc?

pls ans these, i din t find helpful info anywhere.

 

Where it is safe to go for an upgrade? HP authorized service centers are trsutworthy??

 

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@Arpan_Banerjee 

 

You can use M,2 NVMe SSD from

 

     https://www.samsung.com/au/memory-storage/970-evo-nvme-m2-ssd/MZ-V7E2T0BW/
     https://www.crucial.com/products/ssd/crucial-p2-ssd

Or similar from reputable vendors.

 

One example  (from Crucial P2 series)

        https://www.crucial.com/ssd/p2/ct500p2ssd8/ct17244840

 

The size is huge but practically please use up to 2TB.

 

Where, I normally buy from CPL, but probably it is not in your country

 

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Thanks for the prompt response, i could not find any info ovwr the net and i could not trust the local vendors,now I have peace of mind and i can install  Samsung  nvme ssd, but its coslty. I hop3 i won t have trouble after installong it. I read that if the bios is not supported ssd wn t work, and the motherboard should have the required data transfer lanes as neeeded by the nvme ssd. 

 

 

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