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I want to upgrade my HP Gaming Pavilion - 15-dk0xxx memory but im not sure wich clock speeds and ram capacity my pc support, I would also like to know which Nvme SSD's I can use with it
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Below is the link to the service manual for your notebook.
Chapter 1 has the memory and drive type info.
Intel 9th gen core processors run the memory at a max speed of 2666 MHz.
You can install 2 x 16 GB of memory in your PC, and it does have a M.2 slot that supports NVMe SSD's.
Note that chapter 3, page 20 of the manual indicates a part number for a solid state drive shield.
(15b) Solid-state drive shield L56903-001
Below is the link to the Crucial memory/SSD report for the 15-dk0000 model series.
They sell compatible memory and SSD's. The P5 SSD's have faster read/write speeds than the P2 ones have.
Most likely your notebook does not have this part if it doesn't have a M.2 SSD installed now.
I do have one last question, it appears that my pc currently has a 8gb kingston ram stick, would it be ok to purchase the 8gb Crucial one to pair get the dual channel?
Yes. that should be fine.
Just make sure that the Crucial memory chip you buy is the same frequency as the Kingston chip.
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