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omen 17 cb0080nr
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i want to know if i can install this ssd into my omen17 laptop "

Force Series™ MP510 960GB M.2 SSD"  as an additional ssd

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As i see there is only one M.2 slot in your Notebook. You have to remove installed ssd then insert a new one. You can add 2.5 inch ssd instead of M.2.

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theres 2 nvme slots not 1
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Then you can add another. You can have both ssd's but with different read and write speeds.

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u mean that i shouldnt buy a 3500 / 3000 ssd ? it wont work perfect ?

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You can go for force series if you want it. Higher r/rw speed ssd's  work with low r/rw speed ssd's. Example- Adding 960gb force series 3480mb/s ssd with 512gb crucial ssd 520mb/s( works perfectly but both have different r/rw speeds).

Your system has 512gb ssd and you can add force series ssd without a problem. you have a high speed 512gb pcie nvme installed.

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