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NP950QDB-KA1US Galaxy Book Pro 360, 15.6", 1TB, Mystic Bronze

(Topic created: 09-17-2021 01:00 PM)
Joe_MS_39565
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What is the Samsung Product number for the 1TB SSD?

Microsoft Windows shows MZ-VLQ1T0HBLB-00B00 but a search on the Samsung website I cannot find any technical data  using that number.

I would like to make use of the 2nd SSD slot on the motherboard and thinking of upgrading both slots to either 1TB or 2TB 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe modules but wondering if that would be overkill for this computer or if these would fit?

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SamsungLou
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Good afternoon. The drive currently in your device is the 980 PCIe® 3.0 NVMe® SSD 1TB, which is. basically, last year's version of the 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe® SSD 1TB


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Good afternoon. The drive currently in your device is the 980 PCIe® 3.0 NVMe® SSD 1TB, which is. basically, last year's version of the 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe® SSD 1TB


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I would like to make use of the 2nd SSD slot on the motherboard and thinking of upgrading both slots to either 1TB or 2TB 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe modules but wondering if that would be overkill for this computer and if the 2TB height would fit?

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SamsungLou
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According to the specifications, the SSD slots are designed to support up to 1TB drives. so a 2 TB drive is not an option.


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Joe_MS_39565
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Thank you SamsungLou 🙂

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