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Am i able to upgrade the Motherboard in my Omen 880

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Hey, does anyone know if i am able to upgrade the motherboard in my pc? I want to upgrade my cpu and my motherboard doesnt support any of the new cpus. So would i be able to possibly upgrade the mb?

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@ajkania,

The HP 880-025se is circa 06/2017.  The max tested CPU was the I7-7700.  That is the end of testing.  HP moved on without further testing.

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So am i able to upgrade the motherboard or no?

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You can, as long as you upgrade the CPU and possibly the memory. 

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Okay thanks!

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