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P7651 M.2 Upgrade

I am planning to upgrade to a 1TB M.2.  I am looking at:

 

Interface: PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.3

Form Factor: M.2 2280

 

I am assuming that the P7651 supports this but would appreciate confirmation.

 

Thanks all.

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Re: P7651 M.2 Upgrade

Perfect.  Exactly what I need to know. 

I have a 512GB M.2 installed now but need at least 1TB.  Also adding a 2TB 2.5" SSD as companion.  I didn't buy this Laptop to use as a DAW, but have found it to be very good, so need more capacity.

 

Again my thanks for checking and saving me from yet another expensive mistake!

 

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Re: P7651 M.2 Upgrade

Hi @Slartibardfast, welcome to the Forum!

 

Could you please provide me your product's MSN number so I can help you further with this question?

 

Regards,

Gehringer

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Re: P7651 M.2 Upgrade

Hi gehringer,

 

The MSN is: 30023348

 

Thanks.

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Re: P7651 M.2 Upgrade

Hi @Slartibardfast ,

 

please find below your product specs:

 

SSD M.2 2280-S3-BM; 128 GB; SK Hynix SC308 series

 

* Form Factor: M.2 2280-S3-BM

* Capacity: 128GB

* Key: B + M

* SATA Interface: SATA Revision 3

* SATA 1.5Gbps, 3Gbps, and 6Gbps interface

 

Unfortunately, your SSD interface is SATA, therefore it is note compatible with any PCI Express SSD.

 

Regards,

Gehringer

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Perfect.  Exactly what I need to know. 

I have a 512GB M.2 installed now but need at least 1TB.  Also adding a 2TB 2.5" SSD as companion.  I didn't buy this Laptop to use as a DAW, but have found it to be very good, so need more capacity.

 

Again my thanks for checking and saving me from yet another expensive mistake!

 

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