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hdd + ssd + m.2 ssd

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi all,

 

1. I'm building my own pc and I have storage like 1tb hdd and 240gb ssd , it is possible to add m.2 ssd since my motherboard can handle m.2 ssd?

2. And what size of m.2 ssd should I buy for best matching?

 

anyway my current pc specs are:

cpu: ryzen 5 2600

mobo: aorus b450 mATX

case: thermaltake verse h18 tg

storage: wd green 240 ssd, toshiba 1tb

ram: ( Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB 2400Mhz DDR4 Non-ECC CL15 DIMM ) 2X = 8Gb

gpu: finding good and affordable

powersupply: finding good and affordable

 

Please I need your recommendation and suggestion.

 

thank you

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1. Yes.. Of course it will depend on the motherboard, but it would be extremely weird if it can't handle it. Just check what kind of SSD you're getting; M.2 SATA SSD's are slow, PCIE/NVME SSD's are faster; but more expensive. If choosing the former, it sometimes turns off a SATA port (which you HDD/DVD player might be connected too).

2. At this point I usually recommend 500GB SSD's because of their GB to price ratio, plus having more space is just awesome. But it all depends on your use case 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

yes it is SATA

I use for programming cause I am programmer and mid gaming I'm not the hardcore gamer

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