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I’m looking to upgrade my home office system which is currently an All-in-One 24-f0054na. This was purchased during lockdown to cover working from home however working from home has now become a far more regular, long term occurrence and this device is becoming a little sluggish and dated. 


The new device will be predominantly be used for Teams/zooms call and multiple O365 applications running at the same time and I would like to invest in a system for the future. 

To this extent, I am looking at a PCIe 4.0 system but am finding it very difficult to see any detail of this specification in the various specs listed on the website. The priority will be for the SSD/memory and less about the GPU. 

Is there devices on the market that are fully 4.0 ready or can anyone suggest how I can find this information out? It seems impossible to find! I appreciate that 4.0 standard will be on 12th Gen Intel onwards but other than this it’s very difficult to pinpoint 4.0 specifications. 

Any help would be appreciated

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Its specs




Mother board




1. STORAGE: It has 1 TB 7200 rpm SATA now. You can add PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD to your machine but it will run at PCIe 3 speed.


2. RAM: It has 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB) and supports



  • Dual channel memory architecture
  • Two DDR4 SODIMM (260-pin) sockets
  • Supports up to PC4-19200 (DDR4-2400)
  • Supports 2 GB, 4 GB, and 8 GB SODIMMs
  • Supports up to 4 GB on 32-bit systems
    32-bit systems cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.
  • Supports up to 16 GB (unbuffered) on 64-bit systems


You can simply add same existing 8GB to slot 2 to get 16GB



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Thanks for the reply @Banhien

My apologies, but as I was wasn't clear in my original post. 

When I said upgrade I should have said replace  the current system with an entirely new system that is set up for PCIe 4.0 and fully functioning (i.e SSD and memory is 4.0 compatible) and not just a component upgrade. I actually assumed that this system wouldn't be capable of an upgrade with it being an AOI to be honest, so thank you for pointing that out.

The issue I am having is finding detailed enough specifications to determine if the systems in the HP Store are running 3.0 or 4.0. As an example I am looking at this sytem https://www.hp.com/gb-en/shop/product.aspx?id=5V8Z8EA&opt=ABU&sel=DTP but even in the manuals under support doesn't seem to provide any indication if this is 3.0 or 4.0 from what I can see.

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Here is an article concerning the PCIe 4.0 hardware


It might be too soon to make that decision right now, but maybe in a while - next year.

I'm not an HP employee.
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