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Grumpytoad
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upgrading components

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Hi I would like to upgrade the system board, the processer and the SSD capacity on my Pavilion wave 600-a159na can anyone please advise on limitations and if possible the Part numbers/descriptions on what's available 

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banhien
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@Grumpytoad 

 

Its specs

       https://support.hp.com/hk-en/document/c05369393

 

 which clearly says: The chassis is not designed for hardware upgrades.

 

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BH
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@Grumpytoad -- why are you considering an upgrade?

 

Its current specifications seem to be "high-end":

 

* Intel Core i5-7400T, CPU speed: 2.4 GHz (3.0 GHz - max turbo boost), CPU cores: 4

* 16 GB DDR4 RAM

* small SSD and 2 TB disk-drive

 

While using your favorite apps, open the Windows "Task Manager" and select the "Performance" tab.

How "busy" is the CPU? How much RAM is "free" ?  

 

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