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tewanu
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Use pci-e slot to upgrade graphics to dedicated memory

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i have a 570-p030 desktop with i7-7700 processor(7th generation) and 16 GB DDR-4-2400SDRAM with Intel HD Graphics 630. I don't know if the 630 is a separate card that I can update of if I can use PCI-e 16slot to upgrade to a dedicated graphics card (don't know how to tell if PCI is 3.0 or not). I would like to add as much ram as I can to increase my graphics viewing under speed. Preferably 8 GB but I will be happy with what I can use. Is there a recommended card to go with my Lubin motherboard? Will it just slide into slot and work or will I have to add other capabilities?  If so, what are those?

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HI@tewanuWelcome to HP Community

 

I have gone through your post and would like to help

 

As per the Service Guide, the Notebook supports up to 32 GB RAM, And  graphics card upgrade depends on the usage, etc (high-end games, designing software )

 

HP Pavilion Desktop - 570-p030 PC Product Specifications link 

 

Keep me posted. Happy to help!

 

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