I was meaning a SSD, not a HDD.
Ahh, that's why the all of the models with SSD's were quite a bit more....
I've not done much at all with hardware, so I was unaware of what a PCI m.2 slot was.
M.2 SSDs are exponentially more expensive than SATA3 SSDs. So more than likely, you'll spend more than you'll gain.[/quote]
Well, I guess that finishes that. If I were to put a SSD in, I'd not pay more than $80. So, the stock drive it is.
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