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Posted · Original PosterOP

I want to upgrade my M.2 ssd on my laptop(hp pavilion 17-ab002nm) and curently i have this ssd image.png.76568dfa926eb30feca9d6c6c81ac12b.png

can i put this ssd image.png.f7cbf99c96eb6d4fa4be17420be04487.pngIf not which ssd i can put in my laptop. Thanks for answer

 

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Yes you can, but there's better SSDs for the money.

Do you need an NVMe drive?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I do not need nvme but i have found one with cheap price 60$ for 240gbin my country(Croatia). Which one do you recomend?

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1 minute ago, Filip13 said:

I do not need nvme but i have found one with cheap price 60$ for 240gbin my country(Croatia). Which one do you recomend?

How much is a 480 or 500GB SATA M.2 ssd for you?


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4 minutes ago, Filip13 said:

It is around 105$ but i do no need that much because i have 1 tb hd in my laptop too.

$105 for a SATA M.2 is not in line with your $60 NVMe M.2 pricing.  SATA should be half to 2/3 of the price of NVMe counterpart usually, so a 480GB SATA M.2 should be $60-$75?

 

I'm thinking you can get twice as much space for the same price almost if you go SATA over NVMe.

 

Both of those SSD's are keyed B+M, if I am not mistaken.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

$105 for a SATA M.2 is not in line with your $60 NVMe M.2 pricing.  SATA should be half to 2/3 of the price of NVMe counterpart usually, so a 480GB SATA M.2 should be $60-$75?

 

I'm thinking you can get twice as much space for the same price almost if you go SATA over NVMe.

yeah sry i didn't understand  your question

SSD WD Green 480GB M.2

is around 82 $

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Arsenious said:

Isn't B Key M.2 SATA only and M Key NVME drives? 

I tought the same thing thats why I am confused.

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7 minutes ago, Arsenious said:

Get a SATA 256GB drive from Intel if it supports. They are going cheap these days

SSD Intel 545s Series 256.0 GB

is around 60$ in my country but it is quite slover than Kingostons nmve.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
25 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

$105 for a SATA M.2 is not in line with your $60 NVMe M.2 pricing.  SATA should be half to 2/3 of the price of NVMe counterpart usually, so a 480GB SATA M.2 should be $60-$75?

 

I'm thinking you can get twice as much space for the same price almost if you go SATA over NVMe.

 

Both of those SSD's are keyed B+M, if I am not mistaken.

Yes both are keyed B+M but i wanted to know if my port in laptop supports kingston A1000 series considering it is NVMe

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Unless you're transferring individual files of more than like 5 gigs, NVME is of little beneficial over SATA. Perhaps look for WD drives? and for the love of god dont buy second hand SSDs. you never know the cycles of R/Ws.

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