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hi, i wonder if i can upgrade the SSH and memory on my laptop HP ENVY x360 Convertible 15-ds0599na , i just bought it and the one with 16gb memory and 560gb SSD was out of stock so I just go this one hoping to be able to upgrade. I also read on another thread that instead of replacing the SSD you can instead add another SSD but some extra parts may be needed. 

 

Is anyone familiar with this model that could be able to point me in the right direction?

 

many thanks

 

Jorge

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Is it the following machine HP ENVY X360 - 15-ds0599na ?

 

     https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06405418

 

It already has  256 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD. You can replace it with a larger (capacity) using Crucial P1 or Samsung 970 EVO series (or similar from other vendors). The best option is o use SAME brand and series of the existing one. The series does not offer dual storage.

 

For RAM, it has  8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (2 x 4 GB) now.. You can use compatible RAM from Crucial UK:

 

          https://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/envy-x360-15-ds0599na/CT16121803    (16GB)

          https://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/envy-x360-15-ds0599na/CT16121773    (32GB)

 

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Hi, yes it is the HP ENVY X360 - 15-ds0599na, not having dual storage will that mean i have to replace the SSD drive? if so i would have to replicate the current disk? as fort he memory, after checking there is  Crucial 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-2400 SODIMM at a quite accessible price, will it be able to handle 32GB? or will i need to change the configuration in any way.

 

many thanks once again, you have been very helpfull

 

Jorge

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1. For storage: you have to replace, not add as mentioned above. What I normally do

 

     (a) Buy new M.2 SSD,

     (b) Plug M.2 SSD to USB-M.2 adapter

     (c) Clone old SSD to new SSD

     (d) Swap out old and install new SSD, keep SSD as backup

     (e) Run machine on new SSD for few days. Now you can do whatever you like with the old SSD

 

2. For RAM: Yes, you can safely use 32GB for RAM.

 

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Thank you, Banhien, for your clear and concise solution! 

Could you please clarify a few things for me? 

 

1, What is the Maximum RAM and Storage this machine can hold? 

2, Will performing these upgrades void my warranty?

3, Can the SSD Cloning be performed on the device that I'll be upgrading or will a secondary machine be required?

4, Is there any other way to increase the storage on this device without having to replace the drive containing the OS?

 

It's been over a decade since I got hands on with any hardware projects, the world has moved on quite a lot since then! 

 

I got this PC as a good all rounder but the smallish storage drive isn't going to last long if I try installing a few games! 

 

Thanks in advance! 

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