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MultiFoxtrot
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Can i upgrade my Processor, Ram and cooling in HP All-in-one 24-g014.

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HP All-In-One - 24-g014 (Touch) (ENERGY-STAR)
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Hi! I am trying to upgrade my HP All-In-One 24-g014. It currently has a 6th Gen Intel i3, 8gb of ram, and needless to say, the fans are pretty loud and don't cool that well as it overheats a lot. I might just need a fresh application of thermal paste though.

 

I was thinking of adding another stick of 8gb ram and an Intel i5 - 10400. (Integ. graphics).  I don't know how I would go about adding better cooling though.

 

Any advice on how to approach this would be helpful. Or if building an entire new system would just be better.

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@MultiFoxtrot,

RAM: You can add an 8GB matching module, use CPUID CPU-Z t (spd) tab to determine what is installed.

FAN: there is only 1 fan in the unit.  Remove the back cover, and look for space to mount 80 or 92 mm fans outside of the cover that would allow maximum draw, and bolts that will not harm the unit. Power will have to be an external 12v 1A supply for 2 fans.

CPU: your stuck with what you have. It is not an upgrade option.

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