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Ho 15-ec0001ax ryzen 5 (3500u) maximum ram upgrade. 64gb?

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Pavillion gaming. 15-ec0001ax
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have read that the hp 15-ec0001ax can now support 64gb ram (2×32gb). The motherboard has 2 ddr4 slots.

Here is a link to another laptop with the same (ryzen 5 3500u) chipset running 64gb (2×32gb) ram
https://www.amazon.ca/x360-15z-Business-1920x1080-ME2-Backpack/dp/B07X2QZDTM

I might need to update the firmware in order to install 64gb ram.

Please let me know what the maximum ram I can install is. Thank you very much.

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@Phi1123 

 

Its specs

 

               https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06453297

 

No, it supports 32GB (2 x 26GB). You can try 64GB at your own risk

 

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BH
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