Yes, you can have as many drives as your motherboard is able to connect to, including any combination of SSD and HDDs.
Only problem is that a 32-bit system may not recognize and work properly with more than 2TB of storage space.
Can you put 2 SSD in laptop?
Yes indeed, but you will suffer from storage. With two SSDs you are going to have high speed acces to your data, but the storage will be limited. With one SSD and one Hard Drive the things are different. With OS installed on the SSD and HD for storing all other data.
Is it worth having 2 SSD?
2 SSD that runs at SATA speeds, it’ll perform exactly the same as a SATA SSD, but it just clips into the motherboard and you don’t have to bother running cables to it, which is awesome. It’s not really better than a regular SSD, but it’s definitely worth it just because of the no cables perk.
How do I use a second SSD?
To install the SSD as a secondary drive, use a SATA cable and attach one end of the cable to the SATA connector on your motherboard. Attach the other end of the SATA cable to your Crucial SSD. Then, use an available SATA power cable coming from your system’s power supply, and connect the cable to your Crucial SSD.
How do I install an M 2 SSD in my laptop?
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Can I install both SSD and HDD?
You can install both, but, SSD will have faster SSD speeds and HDD will still have slower HDD speeds. It is a very common setup that you use the SSD for operating system, programs, and the like, while the HDD is used for general storage including games that take up a lot of space.