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will upgrading my ssd or ram void the warranty?

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hi so i want to add an ssd because i need more space and laptop only comes with a 512gb ssd, if i add an ssd wil that void the warranty? and i also would like to upgrade my ram from the default 16gb to 32gb , does that void the warranty? if not could you please give me a link or the name of compatible ssd's and ram for my laptop? thank you in advance

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Hi:

 

According to chapter 5 of the service manual, upgrading the drive and memory are customer-authorized procedures and should not void the warranty unless you break something during the process of doing the upgrades.

 

Maintenance and Service Guide HP Pavilion Gaming 15 Laptop PC

 

I would look into the Samsung 980 SSD (not the 980 Pro, just the plain 980).

 

This would be a compatible 16 GB memory chip for your notebook.  Buy two of them.

 

Crucial 16GB DDR4-3200 SODIMM | CT16G4SFRA32A | Crucial.com

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Hi:

 

According to chapter 5 of the service manual, upgrading the drive and memory are customer-authorized procedures and should not void the warranty unless you break something during the process of doing the upgrades.

 

Maintenance and Service Guide HP Pavilion Gaming 15 Laptop PC

 

I would look into the Samsung 980 SSD (not the 980 Pro, just the plain 980).

 

This would be a compatible 16 GB memory chip for your notebook.  Buy two of them.

 

Crucial 16GB DDR4-3200 SODIMM | CT16G4SFRA32A | Crucial.com

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is the ram that you sent dual rank or single rank?

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is the ram that you sent single or dual rank?
i also read the maintenance guide and it said changing parts might void your warranty and i have to check my warranty for that, how can i check that?

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I don't see that information regarding single or dual rank listed on the memory specs link I posted.

 

Since they guarantee compatibility, it shouldn't matter.

 

You would have to contact HP in Saudi Arabia to get specific information regarding the warranty.

 

الاتصال بشركة HP | HP® المملكة العربية السعودية

 

Since we don't work for or represent HP, we can only provide general information that is available to the public.

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one final question, could you tell me which ssd work well with my laptop preferably 1tb ssd or more

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