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Hello,

 

I couldn't find much information about my computer on the web. So maybe I can find an answer to my question in here. My computer is HP G5341sc. It currently runs on a AMD Athlon II x3 445 CPU. Since the motherboard is AM3 socket I would like to know which CPU I can upgrade to? I am considering using a six core Phenom II like 1045t or something. Is it possible?

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I am still unable to locate information on the desktop PC, even with the SKU. Thanks for providing it.

 

You could download and use CPU-Z to get the motherboard brand/model information.

https://www.google.com/search?q=cpu-z&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS918US918&oq=cpu-z&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.2053...

 

Once you have that information you can perform  keyword searches  with your favorite search engines for the specifications.

 



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Could you provide us with the product number or SKU?

 

I have been unable to find any information on the HP G5341sc with the resources I have available. 

 

I just discovered why.

 

The processor you listed as on the motherboard was introduced to market in 2010.

 

HP stops providing much of any resource information on their products at about the five to seven year mark.

 

 



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Thanks for your reply.

 

I have found SKU Number in the BIOS. It's LG034EA#UUW.

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I am still unable to locate information on the desktop PC, even with the SKU. Thanks for providing it.

 

You could download and use CPU-Z to get the motherboard brand/model information.

https://www.google.com/search?q=cpu-z&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS918US918&oq=cpu-z&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.2053...

 

Once you have that information you can perform  keyword searches  with your favorite search engines for the specifications.

 



I am a volunteer forum member, not an HP employee. If my suggestion solved your issue, don't forget to mark that post as the accepted solution. If my post was helpful or you just want to say thanks, click on the Yes button next to the "was this reply helpful?"

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Somehow I couldn't manage to run the last release of CPU-Z.

 

System hangs while it is loading...

 

So I used AIDA64 instead...

 

The motherboard is Pegatron 2A99.

 

Still not much information, but we know at least what it is...

 

According to some websites AMD Phenom II X4 Quad-Core is listed as the maximum supported CPU.

 

So, it looks like it doesn't support six core Phenom's...

 

I think we found the answer.

 

Thanks for the help.

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You  are very welcome.

I am pleased that I was able to assist you and that is why I am here with my HP Expert colleagues.



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