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HP Slimline Desktop-411-A005NA
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Hi, i have a HP Slimline Desktop-411-A005NA, reading through page 58 of the service manual under system boards its got a Intel Core i7-5500U listed, does this mean id be able to use this motherboard as an identical straight swap and just be a case of swapping over the ram and hard drive? i find the the current processor very slow and limiting. 
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Greetings,

Welcome back to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

I am not sure what your question is?

 

The MB specs for a 411-a005na can be reviewd at this (Link).

 

The CPU (Intel Celeron N3050) is soldered to the MB and combined in the chipset. Processor upgrades are not possible.

 

Regards

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@JD1308,

When making judgements, it is better to provide the link(s) you reference. It does help.

Just what Upgrade and Service manual do you have access with?  I only found a 20 page version.

 

@Grzwacz  makes a valid point. "The CPU (Intel Celeron N3050) is soldered to the MB".😲

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