Upgrading the SSD

Discussion in 'Systems' started by DovahKeem, Jun 21, 2020.

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  1. DovahKeem

    DovahKeem New Member


    Just got the 2020 Stealth 13. Needed some help finding what SSD’s are compatible with the Stealth 13.

    many recommendation out there? Also what specifications do I have to look at for knowing that it’s compatible with putting in the laptop?

    Thanks for any help
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  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I'm a fan of Crucial SSDs. Check P1 or P2 series - never had any compatibility problem with them.
    Maybe soon they'll release P5 series.
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  3. DovahKeem

    DovahKeem New Member

    I’m assuming there wouldn’t be a P3 and P4? Haha
    Can only see a 500gb version. Anything bigger out there I can put into this?
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  4. DovahKeem

    DovahKeem New Member

    Is the type in looking at called M2? Does that mean like would be compatible in a laptop
  5. And what about the hardware warranty of this new laptop if you change the SSD ?
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  6. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes, they have M.2 connector.
  7. Sonnyoi

    Sonnyoi Active Member

    I got the samsung 970 plus nvme, its working perfectly fine!
  8. Sonnyoi

    Sonnyoi Active Member

    It is not against the rules to upgrade ssd, but if laptop is damaged from ssd installation it voids warranty, but if it does happen put the OEM SSD back in and RMA it!
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  9. thank you for you answer
  10. kingmaster248

    kingmaster248 New Member

    um im wondering if i should get a samsung qvo or a wd blue
  11. RUBYBlushsmart228

    RUBYBlushsmart228 New Member

    I take it I should probably take the same advice about looking into Crucial even though I own a Razer Blade 15 2020 Base
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  12. figrin1

    figrin1 Well-Known Member

    I wrote a guide called the "Blade Stealth Bible" that goes over SSD upgrades in one section. It has some advice about which SSD's will work, and how to make sure it boots properly.
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