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Upgrade to SSD and RAM

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Pavilion 15-bc000nv
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello everybody,

 

I own a Pavilion 15-bc000nv since February 2017 and now i want  to upgrade my HDD to SSD and my RAM.
I will buy the parts from a shop and replace it my own, my question is how can I find out what type of SSD/ RAM fits to my laptop?

 

Thanks in advance,

Niki

 

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The Service Manual has that info:

 

Manual

 

Two SODIMM slots - customer non-accessible/non-upgradeable DDR4-2133 Dual Channel Support (DDR4-2400 bridge to DDR4-2133)

 

PCIe, NVMe, TLC, M.2 solid-state drives

 

To left of battery oval = M.2 rectangle = RAMTo left of battery oval = M.2 rectangle = RAM

 

Start on p. 37 for instructions. You need DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM and max is 2 x8 = 16 officially but it is known to be able to handle 2 x 16 = 32. M.2 is the faster PCie/NVME variety and the Samsung PM961 is known to be compatible. It was one of the earlier models to support NVME and the very newest model disks like the Samsung 970 series may have problems. 

 

Post back with any questions but please accept as solution if this is the info you needed. 


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