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I have looked into the specs of your computer and it supports a maximum RAM capacity of 16 GB and you don't need to upgrade the PSU to install SSD.
SSD uses the same power as HDD regardless of capacity.
You can use SATA SSDs in your computer and you can put 2133 MHz DDR4 SDRAM in it.
If you are interested, I can send you links to correct SSD and RAM modules.
Please let me know.
Yes. It supports up to 16 GB.
There are 2 RAM slots in your computer.
If you have only one 8 GB RAM stick in one of the slot, then you only have to buy one 8 GB RAM to upgrade.
In case, there are 2x4 GB RAM modules, you will have to buy new modules.
And you can add SSD along with your current HDD.
Your computer has 8 GB RAM now. (not 8 MB).
And your computer can take up to 16 GB.
So you can add another 8 GB.
If you still have support they will be able to help you.
Or you can create another question in just answer and the experts here will be more than capable of helping you with that.
Don't worry it is an easy process. Just plugging the DATA and power cables. That's it.
Please feel free to ask if you have any doubts.
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