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That laptop has HM65 chipset, I'd recommend i5 2520M or 2540M, or i7 2620M or i7 2640M.


Might get a bit toasty though.

 

NVMe will not work on your laptop or desktop.

Their UEFI BIOS does not support the NVMe standard like newer motherboards do, and as such they will not boot with an NVMe SSD installed. You are much better off getting SATA anyway as NVMe gives no real world speed boost over a normal SATA SSD.

 

 

 

 

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I am looking top performance i5 or i7 for my laptop upgrade 

I'm sorry, but that's just not an option.  Even if the BIOS supported that, there is no way the laptop's fans could keep it cool.  They'd be screaming all the time, and you'd get overheating anyway.


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4 minutes ago, Gaurav S Rao said:

You can run a SATA 6GB/s (SATA III,what it is called in reality) will work with your laptop/desktop with SATA 3GB/s (SATA II),it will even work on SATA 1.5 GB/s (SATA I) but will be limited to that speed of your laptop/desktop,but since your SSD uses a specific type of slot,it will work in neither,get a SATA based SSD.Chrome/Mozilla Tabs really depend on RAM,not the CPU,but with very old CPU's it does matter.

 

About CPU i cannot tell since support.hp.com isn't opening

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Thank for the reply! I really want to spend money on buy Samsung Evo 960 evo 250 gb. Its very fast and can use my in future pc/laptop too.  And I was upgrade 4gb ram on laptop and his processor is Intel Pentium B940

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7 minutes ago, JoostinOnline said:

I'm sorry, but that's just not an option.  Even if the BIOS supported that, there is no way the laptop's fans could keep it cool.  They'd be screaming all the time, and you'd get overheating anyway.

I don't know how to explain everything but really want to spend money on buy Samsung Evo 960 evo nvme 250 gb so Its very fast and can use my in future pc/laptop too. Can i update my laptop bios ?

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18 minutes ago, JoostinOnline said:

I'm sorry, but that's just not an option.  Even if the BIOS supported that, there is no way the laptop's fans could keep it cool.  They'd be screaming all the time, and you'd get overheating anyway.

so can't upgrade Samsung Evo nvme 250gb m.2 with using internal m.2 slop card on my both machine?

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15 minutes ago, simu said:

Thank for the reply! I really want to spend money on buy Samsung Evo 960 evo 250 gb. Its very fast and can use my in future pc/laptop too.  And I was upgrade 4gb ram on laptop and his processor is Intel Pentium B940

Umm,you cannot Put a 960 EVO in it as i mentioned.Your laptop and desktop cannot use a 960 EVO due to them not having M.2 NVME. You can get a 850 EVO/PRO that is very fast,but M.2 NVME is like SATA x4,though a SATA SSD is still very common and for a system that old,it won't matter even if you were to be able to put a 960 EVO compared to a 850 EVO/PRO,due to it's Storage controller/chipset limitations.


   

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8 minutes ago, Gaurav S Rao said:

Umm,you cannot Put a 960 EVO in it as i mentioned.Your laptop and desktop cannot use a 960 EVO due to them not having M.2 NVME. You can get a 850 EVO/PRO that is very fast,but M.2 NVME is like SATA x4,though a SATA SSD is still very common and for a system that old,it won't matter even if you were to be able to put a 960 EVO compared to a 850 EVO/PRO,due to it's Storage controller/chipset limitations.

Can I buy m.2 internal card and then install Samsung Evo 960 evo on my laptop/computer? which controller/chipset limitations best?

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Can I buy m.2 internal card and then install Samsung Evo 960 evo on my laptop/computer? which controller/chipset limitations best?

U mean adapter? I dont think its an option for your laptop,checking about your desktop.


   

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3 minutes ago, Gaurav S Rao said:

U mean adapter? I dont think its an option for your laptop,checking about your desktop.

Oh @simu,you mean PCIe to M.2 NVME adapter? Yes on your PC you can,not sure if it will be as fast as the same ssd in a motherboard with the slot.


   

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4 minutes ago, simu said:

Can I buy m.2 internal card and then install Samsung Evo 960 evo on my laptop/computer? which controller/chipset limitations best?

 

Not sure about your laptop but it definately will be faster on your computer,compared it if you were to be able to put it in your laptop


   

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1 minute ago, Gaurav S Rao said:

Oh,you mean PCIe to M.2 NVME adapter? Yes on your PC you can,not sure if it will be as fast as the same ssd in a motherboard with the slot.

Yes and for laptop https://www.amazon.com/Ableconn-IU2-M2132-SFF-8639-2-5-Inch-Aluminum/dp/B01HR0PKJQ/ or https://www.amazon.com/QNINE-Adapter-Converter-SATA3-0-Desktop/dp/B01NBJJ34Q

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  • Convert a M.2 NVMe SSD to a 2.5” U.2 68-pin SFF-8639 solid state drive. Open frame aluminum housing design providing excellent heat dissipation for M.2 NVMe SSD
  • Compatible with most M.2 NVMe solid state drives such as the SAMSUNG 950 Pro
  • Windows 10, Win8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Linux series, Fedora, SUSE, Ubuntu, Red Hat native driver support NVMe.
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could work,not sure


   

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2 minutes ago, simu said:

@Gaurav S Rao Now question is can my laptop or computer support nvme and can i make bootable nvme ssd drive ?

Your laptop simply cannot take it,the adapter says it will not work for nvme ssd's,not sure about your pc if it will work with the adapter

 

1 minute ago, ImNotThere said:

 also enough pcie lanes to utilise the speed

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That laptop has HM65 chipset, I'd recommend i5 2520M or 2540M, or i7 2620M or i7 2640M.


Might get a bit toasty though.

 

NVMe will not work on your laptop or desktop.

Their UEFI BIOS does not support the NVMe standard like newer motherboards do, and as such they will not boot with an NVMe SSD installed. You are much better off getting SATA anyway as NVMe gives no real world speed boost over a normal SATA SSD.

 

 

 

 


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10 hours ago, Droidbot said:

That laptop has HM65 chipset, I'd recommend i5 2520M or 2540M, or i7 2620M or i7 2640M.


Might get a bit toasty though.

 

NVMe will not work on your laptop or desktop.

Their UEFI BIOS does not support the NVMe standard like newer motherboards do, and as such they will not boot with an NVMe SSD installed. You are much better off getting SATA anyway as NVMe gives no real world speed boost over a normal SATA SSD.

 

 

 

 

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