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Hi, I am interested in purchasing an 840 G3, but will need to upgrade the RAM and storage post-purchase. I was wanting clarification on the following points:

 

*  The specifications list a maximum of 16 Gb RAM (2 x DDR4 SODIMM slots), however kits of 32 Gb (2 x 16 Gb) DDR4 SODIMM are available (eg Crucial CT2K16G4SFD8213). Is this an introduced hardware limitation, or are the listed specifications incorrect.

 

*  It seems this laptop supports m.2 SSD and 2.5 inch SATA drives. Is it possible to install drives into both slots and use them at the same time, or is one deactivated with the other installed.

 

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This is NOT official HP Customer Support and I, as most other persons on this forum, do not work for HP. This is a peer-to-peer user supported forum for HP products. HP maintains no official presence on this forum and it is unlikely that HP will respond in an official capacity. Any reply from a HP employee represents their own opinion and not that of HP's.

 

Please see the HP ZBook 15u G3 Mobile Workstation HP EliteBook 850 G3 Notebook PC HP EliteBook 840 G3 Notebook PC -.... This may assist you with your question.

 

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UP please

 

 

the link didn't work

 

16 or 32 GB max memory supported?

 

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32GB is supported on the ZBook 15u G3 Mobile Workstsation. Please see  below;

 

4-GB (2133-MHz, DDR4) for computers with Intel processors 820569-001
8-GB (2133-MHz, DDR4) for computers with Intel processors 820570-001
16-GB (2133-MHz, DDR4) for mobile workstation 820571-001

 

Two memory module slots
Memory is customer accessible.
DDR4 PC4-17000 (2133 MHz) dual channel support
Supports up to 32 GB of system RAM (mobile workstation)
Supports up to 16 GB of system RAM
32768 MB (16384 MB×2) (mobile workstation only)
16384 MB (16384 MB×1) (mobile workstation only)
16384 MB (8192 MB×2)
12288 MB (8192 MB×1 + 4096 MB×1) (not available on mobile workstation or in Brazil on the 35.6-cm)
8192 MB (8192 MB×1 or 4096 MB×2)
4096 MB (4096 MB×1)

 

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