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upgrade fit check

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I want to change the AMD and Ram size on my All-in-on but I don't know what's the correct fit can you help me with some product # of these products please.


 from AMD Radeon A4-9125 to AMD Radeon A9-9400

the ram idk anything

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Alas, you provided little information. What is the model number?

Unless you can a fully competent tech I would advise against attempting to change out the CPU chip. Most AIO require a full tear-down to access the socket.

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