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HP Pavillion Elite HPE-028ch
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My current BIOS version is 5.13 (03 March 2010). I was wondering if there might be an update since I can't seem to find anything on my own. 

Thanks in advance! 

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Hello
this series is no longer referenced by HP,  end of support
As a result, no more driver and software available
The only possibility would be to have the reference of the motherboard, if luckily used in a series still available, we could perhaps have a bios!
From my research, it could be this:

Indio-UL8E

https://support.hp.com/ee-en/document/c01946060
can you confirm ...

But I'm afraid nothing is available

[edit]

No functional guarantee
If this is the model found
you have the same motherboard here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-elite-hpe-500-desktop-pc-series/5035344/model/50836...

, with a bios available
So at your own risk

 

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Hi,

 

I can't find your PC using Pavillion Elite HPE-028ch. The product number sticker is usually on the side panel.

 

Chances are slim you will find a current BIOS update since your current BIOS version 5.13 (March 2010).

 

Why are you looking for a BIOS update?

 

Regards

 

 

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Hello
this series is no longer referenced by HP,  end of support
As a result, no more driver and software available
The only possibility would be to have the reference of the motherboard, if luckily used in a series still available, we could perhaps have a bios!
From my research, it could be this:

Indio-UL8E

https://support.hp.com/ee-en/document/c01946060
can you confirm ...

But I'm afraid nothing is available

[edit]

No functional guarantee
If this is the model found
you have the same motherboard here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-elite-hpe-500-desktop-pc-series/5035344/model/50836...

, with a bios available
So at your own risk

 

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Hi Grzwacz!

My product number is VS445AA#UUZ. I don't know if that's the right one, but that's what the HP Support Assistant is telling me. Hope that's helpful!

Edit: The reason I want to update is I want to be able to mess around with CPU overclocking.
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Hi Promethee

 

 

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if the reason is for the overclock, I'm afraid it won't change much
In general, except for recent models, this is not an option.

Take the risk for a fairly old pc, for a result to be discussed, I strongly advise you, not to try overclock

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It's too much of a risk, I agree. I guess I'll just have to upgrade to a better motherboard and CPU altogether. 
Thanks for your help! 

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You're welcome @Euronius 

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