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I'd like to upgrade RAM up to 16 Gb. Help me, please - I don't understand how to define frequency and CAS Latency compability of RAM and motherboard (sorry for my English). My motherboard frecuancy is a...

 

How much memory does my motherboard support?

Can I install memory DDR4 or not?

 

Or "the best' memory type is DDR3L?

SO-DDR3 16Gb (2x8Gb) PC15000 1866MHz Kingston HX318LS11IBK2/16 ?  - frequancy 1866 MHz

 

If my choice is wrong, may be I could install this RAM (also DDR3L):

SO-DDR3 16Gb(2x8Gb) PC12800 1600MHz Kingston CL9 HX316LS9IBK2/16 HyperX Impact Black ? - frequancy 1600 MHz

or

SODIMM Kingston HyperX Impzact [HX316LS9IB/8] ?

 

 

And could you give me a tip of advise about processor upgrade?

The only choice is i7-3770s ?

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Hi there @_Alexei_,

 

Welcome back to the HP Support Forums!  I understand that you are looking for information on CPU and RAM upgrade options for your computer.  I am happy to help with this.

 

Looking at the HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Motherboard Specifications, IPISB-NK (Lavaca3-SB) for you computer, it lists RAM and CPU upgrade information.

 

Here is the supported RAM information:

Dual channel memory architecture  Two DDR3 SO-DIMMs (204-pin) sockets
        PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333)
        PC3-12800 (DDR3-1600)
Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
  

Supports 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB DDR3 SO-DIMMs (8 GB only available on systems using Ivy Bridge processors)


Supports up to 16 GB on 64-bit PCs (16 GB only available on systems using Ivy Bridge processors)
Supports up to 4 GB on 32-bit* PCs  *32-bit PCs cannot address a full 4.0 GB of memory.

 

Also here is the CPU information from that same document:

TDP: Varies by processor
Socket type: LGA 1155
The motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
Intel Core i3-3xxxT (Ivy Bridge) Dual Core up to 35W
Intel Core i3-3xxx (Ivy Bridge) Dual Core up to 55W
Intel Core i5-3xxxT (Ivy Bridge) Dual Core up to 35W
Intel Core i5-3xxxT (Ivy Bridge) Quad Core up to 45W
Intel Core i5-3xxxS (Ivy Bridge) Quad Core up to 65W
Intel Core i3-2xxx (Sandy Bridge) Dual Core up to 65W
Intel Core i3-2xxxT (Sandy Bridge) Dual Core up to 35W
Intel Core i7-2xxxS (Sandy Bridge) Quad Core up to 95W
Intel Core i7-3xxxS (Ivy Bridge) Quad Core up to 65W
Intel Pentium G6xx (Sandy Bridge) Dual Core up to 65W
Intel Pentium G6xxT (Sandy Bridge) Dual Core up to 35W
Intel Pentium G8xx (Sandy Bridge) Dual Core up to 65W
Intel Pentium G20xx (Ivy Bridge) Dual Core up to 55W

 

Please let me know whether that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.

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