11-28-2019 12:38 AM - edited 11-28-2019 12:39 AM
I just bought a Patriot ps512gpm280ssdr SSD drive for my business laptop after the agreed supplier specified it has a SATA interface, just like the actual LITEONL8H-256V2G-HP has but it seems that it is PCIe.
I know that normally it should work but can I get any confirmation about this from you guys?
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11-28-2019 01:47 AM
The compatible SSD products sold by HP:
M.2 (2280) 512 GB SATA-3 TLC
●M.2 (2280) 256 GB PCIe-3×4 SS NVMe
●M.2 (2280) 256 GB SATA-3 self-encrypting (Opal 2) MLC
●M.2 (2280) 256 GB SATA-3 TLC
●M.2 (2280) 240 GB SATA-3 MLC DS
●M.2 (2280) 180 GB SATA-3 self-encrypting (Opal 2) MLC
●M.2 (2280) 180 GB SATA-3 MLC
●M.2 (2280) 128 GB SATA-3 TLC
PCIe/NVME SSD products will work. Any SATA-3 M.2 2280 SSD. You may have to configure the SSD. See the thread at the top of notebooks>hardware at the link below this line. I posted a tutorial there in my answer to the member's question on upgrading.
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