Can i have a SSD + Hybrid combination in my laptop?
Γιώργος Ξυδόπουλος 45 weeks ago
I have a Toshiba Qosmio x870-144 gaming laptop. It has a 128GB SSD and a 1TB 5400 RPM HDD. I have a spare Seagate 750GB Hybrid 7200rpm.
Can I replace the 1TB HDD with the Seagate?
Will I get better performance?
Can the laptop handle this combination of SSD and Hybrid drive? Will this affect the temperatures of the unit?
iam new to this forum sorry if i posted this in a wrong section
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