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Upgrading an HP All in One for Dedicated Streaming PC

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HP Pavilion All-in-One 27-r0xx 2HJ22AA#ABA
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So I currently have an HP Pavilion All-in-One 27-r0xx  2HJ22AA#ABA and utilize it as my streaming PC. It wasn't originally purchased for that reason, but I figured I could still use it once I got my gaming PC.   I am trying to find a way to upgrade the hardware so It could stream smoother and not take up such a large chunk of my CPU power. I stream on Facebook and stream 720p at 60fps. My internet is hardwired and has the capabilities of doing 1080p, but the encoding is very choppy and freezes. So overall trying to see if there was a way to upgrade this or possibly connect an external drive to bolster its power? 


CPU: Intel Core i7-7700T

GPU: Intel HD 630 (Desktop Kaby Lake) 

SSD: Intel Optane+932GBHDD 1TB 

RAM: Kingston HP26D4S9S8ME-8 Hynix HMA851S6CJR6N-VK 12GB 

MBD: HP Pavilion All-in-One 27-r0xx

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As the only item you can change is the RAM, I suggest you run a window with Task Manager and the Facebook stream.




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