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Dear Customer,

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Yes, you can use this memory in hp omen 17-an141tx. It is compatible because it has PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD slot.

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Dear Customer,

Thank you for reaching to us.

Yes, you can use this memory in hp omen 17-an141tx. It is compatible because it has PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD slot.

Best regards,
SP Silicon Power Customer Support

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Seller · 10 December 2019
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From the x470 specs I don't see any reason it won't fit.
Robert
· 2 October 2019
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Dear Customer,

Yes, this solid state drive is compatible with ASRock Fatal1ty X470, thanks.

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Seller · 2 September 2019
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If the SSD is removable the I would hav etc say YES! I did it in my 2013 Mac Pro with excellent results.
SIMON
· 24 November 2019
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Dear Customer,
Although our P34A80 is double-sided, it won't affect the thermals of your laptop.

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Seller · 13 May 2019
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Yes, there is a slot for m.2 PCIe for your asus Prime B250m-plus.
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Seller · 17 October 2019
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Trays i assume are ssd, not m.2 which is mounted on the motherboard. Most Lenovo m.2 cards appear to be 22x40 size, not the 22x80mm of this card.
John Edwards
· 22 June 2019
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Pcie 2.0 x4 has a performance of 2GB/s. So the sequential read/write speed will be limited to 2000MB/s (in theory. actually it may be about 1600MB/s) while the Ssd it self can perform up to 3400/3000. The random read/write performance may not have much difference.
Amazon Customer
· 14 September 2019
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5 years as per SP’s website

https://www.silicon-power.com/web/product-P34A80

tommyaustralia
· 11 June 2019