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HP 14 inch Laptop PC 14-f1000 (2L1B1AV)
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Hi, I have a laptop model 14-fq1035cl with 512Gb of SSD.  Is it possible to upgrade to 1 Tb SSD and what would I need to purchase?

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Thanks.  I'm looking at form factors for PCIe "Maintenance and Service Guide" .  In the PCIe section, it says the length is 50.8mm (2 inches).  But the SATA section lists a form factor of M.2 2280-D2-B-M.  The product specifications say I have a PCIe SSD.  So I'm really confused about what form factor would fit.  Do you know specifically for this model?

 

It looks like what I have is a 2230 form factor just by looking at device manager.

 

Jim

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Yes.

Upgrading the M.2 SSD is a viable upgrade.

 

You will need a PCIe Gen 3 or 4 NVMe M.2 SSD

 

I highly recommend using a mainstream SSD brand for reliability and ease of installation.

(Samsung, Kingston, Crucial or Intel)



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Thanks.  I'm looking at form factors for PCIe "Maintenance and Service Guide" .  In the PCIe section, it says the length is 50.8mm (2 inches).  But the SATA section lists a form factor of M.2 2280-D2-B-M.  The product specifications say I have a PCIe SSD.  So I'm really confused about what form factor would fit.  Do you know specifically for this model?

 

It looks like what I have is a 2230 form factor just by looking at device manager.

 

Jim

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determining the format of an SSD  by using the device manager will involve looking up the part number online.

Unless you are an online database, you can't tell by just looking at it

 

You need the 2280 format for the replacement.

 

That is length  and width in mm. (22 mm * 80 mm)

 

Here is a link to the 512GB HP branded  PCIe NVMe Gen 3.0 NAND M.2 SSD that is listed in the Maintenance & Service guide. for your laptop model series


https://drivesolutions.com/hp-l85364-005-512gb-pcie-nvme-gen-3-0-x4-qlc-nand-m-2-ngff-2280-value-sol...

 

 



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