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How to add ram to a HP Pavilion All-in-One 24-f1018nf

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All-in-One 24-f1018nf
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By default, I have 8GB (1x8GB?), but 2GB may be used by the graphic card, thus only 6GB are available.

How to open the computer to add more RAM?

May I add 1x8GB at a maximum?

 

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need I to buy another ddr4-2400? seems difficult to find.

or another speed? 2666? 3200?

or would it be best to remove the existing 1x8GB 2400 and replace it with 2x8GB 2666 or 3200?

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hi

HP All-in-One 24-f1018nf Product Specifications

 

Motherboard Specifications, Savoy

 

  • 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
    note:
    32-bit systems cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.
  • Supports 16 GB (unbuffered) with two 8 GB DIMMs on 64-bit systems

try scan

Crucial.fr - Le scanner système Crucial

 

most often you have to use the same modules
So try a module, as close as possible to the one in place
if it works so good   , if not, it will be necessary to buy the same chosen one

 

 


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hi,

 

Thanks for your answer; which confirms my computer supports a maximum of 2x8GB.

 

But

 

1) how should I open the computer

first to check I have 1x8GB and not 2x4GB

then to add RAM

?

 

2) Because DDR4-2400 seems difficult to find/buy these days,

I would prefer to know, before buying, if it would work with 1x8GB 2400 + 1x8GB at a higher speed.

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Unless I'm mistaken, you should have found the documents with the links already given, so you have this:

Upgrading & Servicing Guide

But I can not certify that this is the correct one, sometimes there are errors, you will quickly see if it matches, normally:

For speed, the motherboard supports what is stated according to information from hp
the AMD Ryzen ™ 5 3500U processor
Maximum memory speed
Up to 2400MHz

Little chance therefore that it works, if by chance it works, the speed will certainly be blocked at the maximum speed supported

 


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Hi,

Not sure it is the correct documentation, since I have at least one maybe 2 more screws to remove.

Still got issues to lift the screen.

Will keep you informed when I can proceed further.

BR

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