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Hi All,

Please suggest me best SSD for Hp 15g-Dr0006TX. Which can provide me best performance. My budget is around 4k indian rupees.  I went to local store and he suggested EVM 256GB इंटरनल SSD - M.2 NVMe PCIe (2280) but as we all know most of the local stores will suggest product where they'll get high profit margin. So community please help me to choose the best possible SSD for my Hp 15g-Dr0006TX, Also I want to have it with my existing 1tb hard drive. So please suggest accordingly. Thanks in advance....

 

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Hi, @AK245 

 

If you want a 250 GB NVMe SSD, I recommend this drive for your notebook which IMHO has the best performance for the price:

 

Amazon.in: Buy Western Digital WD Blue SN570 NVMe 250GB, Upto 3300MB/s, with Free 1 Month Adobe Crea...

 

The drive the shop recommended costs less though:

 

Amazon.in: Buy EVM 256GB Internal SSD - M.2 NVMe PCIe (2280) - High-Speed Performance Up to 2000MB/s...

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The best SSD for your laptop has  M.2 NVMe PCIe (2280) as its specifications.

 

As far as shopping for one, you will have to do that on your own. 



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Thanks but still could you please suggest some  brand/product with the specifications you mentioned. That will help me alot as I have no idea about these things and sales person can fool me easily. Hope you understand and suggest accordingly. Thanks.

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Sorry, but I will not be your personal shopper.  That is way outside of the intended scope of this community forum.

 

You will need to find a knowledgeable friend, relative  or hire someone to help you in that way.

 

You can use the specifications you know , coupled with your budget limitations and select them in the Amazon.in web page I provided below.

https://www.amazon.in/s?k=m.2+2280+ssd+pcie+nvme%2C+pcie+3.0+x4&rh=n%3A976392031%2Cp_36%3A1318504031...



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Hi, @AK245 

 

If you want a 250 GB NVMe SSD, I recommend this drive for your notebook which IMHO has the best performance for the price:

 

Amazon.in: Buy Western Digital WD Blue SN570 NVMe 250GB, Upto 3300MB/s, with Free 1 Month Adobe Crea...

 

The drive the shop recommended costs less though:

 

Amazon.in: Buy EVM 256GB Internal SSD - M.2 NVMe PCIe (2280) - High-Speed Performance Up to 2000MB/s...

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 Thank you so much for your valuable suggestions regarding the SSDs for my laptop. Your insights are greatly appreciated! 🙌

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You're very welcome.

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