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Upgrading RAM/SSD

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Envy 13 (13 ad126tu)
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I have an Envy 13 ad126 TU

 

Comes with 8GB DDR3 1867 MHz RAM, a core i5 8250U processor with on board graphics, 256 GB SSD (M2 nvme i think).

My question - does it have extra slots to add SSD and/or RAM?
If so, SSD - nvme or sata? and ram - can i add a higher clock ram?

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I have gone through your Post and would like to help

 

This Notebook supports up to 16 GB RAM and there is extra slots for the RAMs, but you can only upgrade the existing SSD hard drive but cannot add additional Hard drives

 

Link: https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-13-ad100-laptop-pc-series/16851062/model/18458103/docum...

 

Thank you

 

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Thanks a lot for the response. I understand the SSD part - I will have to purchase a higher capacity NVMe SSD to replace my existing one for an upgrade.

 

I have a follow up query regarding the RAM.

I have attached a screenshot of my task manager.

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Now if I am reading this right, I have two RAM slots but both are occupied by what I assume are 4GB modules. My understanding is that these are the only two modules and there isn't a third/fourth.

 

So my question is, are these RAM modules soldered or are they replaceable?

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As per the Service Guide the Rams are not soldered

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