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HP Pavilion dv6-2110sw
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Hey there! I wanted to ask what I could be able to upgrade in my HP Pavilion. I once noticed I can change the cpu when I was cleaning it throughly, but I don't really know any for the socket. You can see the specs here: https://icecat.vn/en-in/p/hp/wh690ea/pavilion-notebooks-0884962856901-dv6-2110sw-4000363.html . I also wanted to ask if it's possible to install a sata 3 m.2 ssd/better graphics card, and what's the max speed this laptop allows.

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The best you can do on an SSD upgrade is the 2.5" notebook SATA 3D NAND type.  NVMe interface is not compatible. There is no M.2 slot on your notebook's system board.

compatible SSD upgrades. The SSD products that are compatible with this notebook at Crucial memory  are also compatible with yours as it is the same notebook series.

https://eu.crucial.com/eur/en/compatible-upgrade-for/HP-Compaq/pavilion-dv6-2170us

 

 

Compatible processors

Intel CoreT i7-820-QM processor 1.73 GHz, SC turbo up to 3.06 GHz  HP p/n 583053-001

Intel CoreT i7-720-QM processor 1.6 GHz, SC turbo up to 2.8 GHz     HP p/n 586170-001




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About the m.2 slot: I've seen something at least similar to that when I opened the RAM panel, it has its own place on the motherboard, just under the battery. I guess it may just be a slot for a bigger wi-fi card or something, but since it has no cables like that hanging there, I thought that there might be a chance. Also I didn't say anything about NVMe, just SATA III compatibility, since I know some laptops that had it. Anyway, thank you for your reply!

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