08-22-2019 03:35 PM
when I bought my laptop, from that time when I open google chrome or microsoft edge it getting too slower.. even when I open facebook in any browser I won't do another work in my laptop. When I see my task manager, it shows disk is using 100% but there are no major application running.. My ram is also getting too much space.. If I play GTA5 in charging mode it running light slower.. So, Now I want to upgrade my laptop in ssd,
I mean I only use ssd for install the windows.
Plz Tell me Can I get a M.2 NVme ssd for my laptop ?
My product is HP Pavilion Laptop 15-cc636TX..
Is it support NVme ssd?
Thank you in advance.
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08-23-2019 07:53 AM - edited 08-23-2019 08:29 AM
Are you sure that's what your Laptop's product name is? Coz I couldn't find any HP laptop listed with that model name(15-cc636TX)!
P.S: I was able to find that your Laptop falls under the HP Pavilion Series 15-cc600 through 15-cc699 and the Maintenance and Service Guide for this series tells about the Storage Support on page 2 in product description.
As I can see, there is no support for PCIe NVMe in your laptop. However M.2 SATA 3 is well supported.
As long as you're into casual gaming I don't think that you need to worry about lags, GTA5 will run equally smooth on SATA 3 SSD as well. So yes apart from from the OS you also need to install the Game and other resource hungry applications on your SATA SSD only, if you have to experience the pace!
I hope my answer clarifies all your doubts 🙂
08-24-2019 01:30 AM
I see! Still your 15-cc623tx falls under the same 15-cc600 through 15-cc699 series, so the answer remains the same based on the Product Description, NVMe isn't supported. Given the specifications of this laptop I would have expected the PCIe NVMe support but unfortunately the product description suggests otherwise. However if you still want to confirm you may disassemble your laptop(follow steps from page 37) and look for the SSD slot. I had a related question as your's earlier, so I posted my question and attached an image of my SSD slot, so you might wanna check that and understand how a PCIe NVMe slot actually looks like.