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emilowP
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PC upgrade question

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Hi,

In Our company We need to upgrade and PC for a worker.

I have questions about the RAM.

The motherboard is HP 304Bh. I could not find too many informations about this motherboard, here is what i found so far:

-16 Gb, 1333Mhz max. 

Here comes the question: right now the PC has 4x2Gb of RAM, if I would like to upgrade It can i put 8Gb sticks in it(2x8Gb)?

I know i could put 4x4Gb but thats too expensive and not worth a hussle. I just wonder if there are any limitations to the max amount of memory in one stick.

 

EDIT: found on the internet that this motherboard had often problems with compatibility, is there any list of compatible memories for this motherboard?

 

Best regards, Emil.

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@emilowP 

Need the exact model number of computer or product number.

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Hi,

the PC model is: HP Compaq 8100 Elite Convertible Minitower.

 

Edit: https://forum.corsair.com/v2/showthread.php?t=118470 found this link, so i probably wont be able to upgrade this PC, as this was in 2013 and they already had problems with such small chips, because they werent produced and that also clarifies that i wont be able to run 8Gb sticks.

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