Spec says:Solid State drive512GB, PCle Gen3, 8 Gb/s up to 4 lanes, NVMe256GB, PCle Gen3, 8 Gb/s up to 4 lanes, NVMe128/256/512, SATA 6 GB/s16GB, PCI Gen3, 8 Gb/s up to 2 lanes, NVMe ,supporting Intel®Optane™MemoryIt looks like your SKU came with the 256GB SATA 2.5" drive, third in that list. So, the short answer is "yes", the longer is that a NVMe x4 drive is supported in the M.2 slot, which would be much faster than your existing SSD. You can also go larger than they list, they just have only shipped models with those drives. Clone the existing SSD to the new NVMe drive and enable the F12 boot menu in the BIOS, then use F12 to choose the new M.2 SSD for booting. Once you are booted in the NVMe drive and verified that everything is working well, use Disk Management to wipe the old SSD and create a single data partition on it.
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