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M92z AIO: Upgrade disk and memory

2021-06-10, 11:33 AM

Can my ThinkCentre M92Z Type 3311 be upgraded, Out of Warranty, with a larger hard drive (i.e. 1-2TB) and maximum memory?

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Re:Out of Warranty Upgrade

2021-06-10, 11:43 AM

Yes. According to M92z.pdf you can replace the installed HDD with a larger HDD or SSD of up to 2TB. Note that this is a 3.5" SATA desktop drive, not the 2.5" drive you normally find in a notebook or other compact PC.

 

You can also upgrade RAM to 16GB max of PC3-12800 1600MHz DDR3, using the two 204-pin SODIMM(notebook) sockets.

 

Any PC repair shop should be able to do these upgrades.


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Re:Out of Warranty Upgrade

2021-06-10, 18:08 PM

@ hausman wrote:

Yes. According to M92z.pdf you can replace the installed HDD with a larger HDD or SSD of up to 2TB.  Note that this is a 3.5" SATA desktop drive, not the 2.5" drive you normally find in a notebook or other compact PC.

 

SSDs that would work with this system are be 2.5", you can purchase a 2.5" to 3.5" bracket so that fits the mounting in the system, Crucial MX500 is a well-reviewed, affordable SSD.  I recommend Kingston first, then Crucial for guaranteed compatible memory upgrades, input your system info into their websites. 

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