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Upgrade ram and add an SSD to my HP Pavilion Power 15-cb028nf

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HP Pavilion Power 15-cb028nf
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Hi,

I currently have an HP Pavilion Power 15-cb028nf and I would like to upgrade my RAM capacity up to 16GB ( I currently have 2x4GB=8GB, DDR4 2666 Ghz ), I was thinking of getting 2x8GB=16GB DDR4 2400Ghz and I was just wondering if these ones would be compatible with my laptop: Crucial RAM CT2K8G4SFS824A 16Go Kit (2x8Go) DDR4 2400 MHz CL17 Mémoire d’ordinateur Portable 

 

Also I have only 1To HDD at the moment and I would like to add 1To of SSD to my laptop. I am very confused between SATA Interface, ATA-7 Interface, NVMe M.2... 

I saw this on the documentation for my laptop:

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Does this mean my laptop is compatible with NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD even if the interface type is ATA-7? Also is it possible to add more than 256GB SSD?

Would this SSD be compatible with my laptop for example: Crucial P2 CT1000P2SSD8 SSD Interne 1To, Vitesses atteignant 2400 Mo/s (3D NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2)

I don't know if the speed is correct for the SSD.

 

Thank you.

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@Nikki_P 

 

Its specs

 

      https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05888627

 

1. RAM: You can simply add SAME existing RAM to slot 2 nad you have 16GB max

2. STORAGE: You can add M.2 NVMe or SATA to your machine using STANDARD M.2 SSD's on market today.

 

Regarrs.

BH
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