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Upgrading a HP Pavilion p6000 series

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Hp Pavilion p6719c PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Over the years I've managed been using my PC but now I am wondering if it's possible to upgrade it to match modern day gaming standards. So if possible I want to know a ball park estimate of how much it would cost to upgrade. If need further info ask
AMD Phenom II 840T Quad-Core Processor
4GB DDR3 system memory
ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics
1TB hard drive

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Hello

 

HP first made your PC in 2011. It is almost six years young.

 

You have chipset/processor bottleneck, you have older memory bottleneck, and you have old PCIe Gen2 x16 slot for graphics card.

 

You also have old BIOS and only 250 watt power supply.

 

You have to change almost everthing in your tower. Maybe HDD and DVD drive can be used. New SSD drives are much faster so you would have to add new SSD too.

 

Better to buy new HP PC.

 

Grzy

 

 

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