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Upgrading my all in one PC for gaming.

HP Pavillion 23-q110na All in One PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So, I have an HP Pavillion 23-q110na  All in One PC, It has an AMD A10-8700P Radeon R6, 10 Computes Core 4C+6G 1.80 GHz, with 8 Gb of Ram and I was wondering if I could upgrade it to run games smoother at higher FPS at a high resolution, I usually average 20-37 fps On Low-Medium settings and really want to improve this, please let me know how I can upgrade my all in one PC, it cost £700 and I personally don't think that the performance matches the prices. Thanks!

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Upgrading my all in one PC for gaming.

@Destii, welcome to the forum.


The AIO computers are simply not meant to be for gaming.  They are meant more for an every day computer for average tasks.


Here is the Product Specificatrions page for it.  The Processor can't be upgraded, but if you look at the section titled "Memory upgrade information" it tells you that the maximum memory is 16 GB.  There is no video card slot on the motherboard.  So, there is no way to add a discrete video card.  The additional memory will help, but it will never be a good gaming computer.


I know this is not what you wanted to hear.  It is simply the facts about AIO computers.


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