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12-07-2018 04:57 AM
I can't find the specs for the Pavilion 14-ce0006np. I mean more detailed specs.
- NVIDIA® GeForce® MX150 (GDDR5 4 GB) - OK! But is it the 10W (1D12)or the 25W (1D10)?? It makes a diference in terms of performance. Like 25% better with the 25W...
- SDRAM DDR4-2400 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) - OK! But how much can i expand it? Does it support 2666?
- 256 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD - That's awesome! But can i put a SATA SSD? A mSATA SSD? Or anything?
Can someone help?
Thanks in advance!
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12-07-2018 05:37 AM
Here's the Service Manual which has all the additional information HP publishes:
HP does not specify exactly which video chip is installed. However since its a "U" ultra low voltage processor you should assume its the low powered video chip, too and based on feedback here do not buy it believing it to be a gaming machine. The MX150 is an entry level discrete video chip.
Memory is DDR4-2666 chips but "bridged" to DDR4-2400 speed so it cannot run the RAM any faster than 2400. The Manual says max is 16 gigs but well known it can take 2 x 16 = 32 gigs.
It does support dual storage option so theoretically you can have the 2280 M.2 PCIe/NVME module plus a 2.5 inch device which can be an SSD or a HDD. mSATA is older hardware you would not want to install in this machine and cannot in any event. However, HP will not provide the caddy and connector for an additional, 2.5 inch drive so you would have to buy one in the aftermarket and they are not easy to find.
The hard drive bracket is available using spare part number L19469-001. The hard drive cable is available using spare part number L19172-001
Post back with any other questions and please accept as solution if this is the info you needed.
12-07-2018 06:20 AM
Huffer you're great!
Well i would like to have a more precise word on the video chip, because it makes a huge diference. I'm not a gamer just trying to get the best out of a portable device as i can. And the MX150 is found on entry level of course, but on more expensive units as well. The 10W and the 25W are both low powered video chips. I just want to be sure.
From Nvidia they say it's HP that have the answer to that, as they:
"We neither manufacture the laptop not the e-gpus which you find on any laptops"
So, where can i find a definitive answer to that?
Concerning to the memory, it says it has only one slot, so the max will be 16GB. Am i right?
Huffer, thanks a lot!
12-07-2018 07:00 AM
Yes it has only the one slot. Overlooked that so 16 gb is the max. I checked some reviews and seemed to suggest that the 10W chip is only used on 13.3 and smaller screen models but no definitive answer on this specific model.