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I am considering upgrading my PCIe SSD to a 512gb one, and i bought it
but HP support agent told me that my laptop can only install maximum 256gb SSD.
They quoted the HP Pavilion Gaming product manual which specifies as follows:
"Dual storage conffiguration:16 GB PCIe M.2 Optane solid-state drive + 1 TB (7200 rpm) hard drive256 GB PCIe, NVMe, TLC, M.2 solid-state drive + 1 TB (7200 rpm) hard drive128 GB SATA-3, TLC, M.2 solid-state drive + 1 TB (5400 rpm) hard drive128 GB PCIe, NVMe, TLC, M.2, solid-state drive + 2 TB (5400 rpm)128 GB PCIe, NVMe, TLC, M.2, solid-state drive + 1 TB (7200 rpm)"
*here is link of the document: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05985643
Is it correct?
I think it's just available options of the product on the market, not the limitation
And i am wondering whether i can install a PCIe Gen3 x4 SSD to my laptop or not
Thank you all for reading my question.
Go to Solution.
Yes, those drive sizes are just what HP offered in the model series.
Below is the link to the Crucial memory/SSD report for your notebook.
They offer compatible NVMe drives up to 2 TB in capacity.
Crucial indicates the specs on their best drive offered for your notebook (the P5) has this interface...
Interface - PCIe G3 1x4 / NVMe
thank you very much!
You're very welcome.
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