I have an Alienware A15 (Cassini15CFL-1901-1014), this one actually :
I can not open it right now so I ask you :
I would like to know if I could add a 256Go SSD without removing the first SSD, the HDD, nor everything else.
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From what I can see, and it does not appear to be an exact model offered by Dell site in North America, there are 2 M.2 NVME slots. So you could add an additional NVME M.2 SSD. The following model looks like a match.
Or maybe this one which has similar storage capabilities.
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Your computer supports one of the following configurations:
- One 2.5-inch hard drives
- One M.2 PCIe solid-state drive
- One M.2 PCIe solid-state drive and one 2.5-inch hard drive
- One M.2 Intel Optane and one 2.5-inch hard drive
- Two M.2 PCIe solid-state drives
- with a M.2 drive, the M.2 drive is the primary drive.
- without M.2 drive, the 2.5-inch drive is the primary drive.
|One 2.5-inch hard drive||SATA AHCI 6 Gbps||Up to 1 TB|
|One M.2 2230/2280 solid-state drive||SATA AHCI 6 Gbps/PCIex4 NVMe||Up to 1 TB|
|One M.2 2280 solid-state drive||PCIex4 NVMe up to 32 Gbps||Up to 118 GB|
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