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10-16-2022 09:43 PM
Long story short I help my team with buidling/repairing their personal PC's however I haven't worked on All-In-Ones. My boss owns an HP Envy All-in-One 27-b1XX. I upgraded his RAM for him which was easy enough however he is asking if he can upgrade his graphics card. Does anyone know if this model is capable of being upgraded and is it difficult if so. Appreciate any feedback and help.
10-17-2022 04:11 AM
boss owns an HP Envy All-in-One 27-b1XX.
Envy All-In-One typically have a graphics chip soldered onto the motherboard. There is no slot for a discrete graphics card.
27-b1XX. does not uniquely identify your system
The HP product ID might allow a better look at upgrades.
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10-17-2022 05:39 AM
In order to answer the question more accurately, the complete model number is required. The XX's posted of the HP Envy All-in-One 27-b1XX model are actually numbers and maybe some letters, too. Of the ones I looked at in the HP Envy All-in-One 27-b1XX model line, HP ENVY: 27-p120qe, HP ENVY 27-p101ur, and HP ENVY 27-p100no all had a note in the spec page about the graphics
Permanently soldered to the motherboard and is not in card form factor. So that means the graphics cannot be upgraded.
These AIO's are noteworthy as to not allow much upgrading.
I suspect that to be similar to the one you are working on, but if the complete model number is posted, I can confirm it for you.
I'm not an HP employee.
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