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Elitebook 840 g3
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Is it possible to upgrade Motherboard with i3 to another Motherboard with i7 on.?

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Yes, please use the list on page 72 of the following manual

 

   http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04887250.pdf

 

Note: the board will include new Windows key. You can't use the old one.

 

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It says 903739-601 on my Motherboard is it realy compatible with 840g3 The text you provided?

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Part number 903739-601 is  Motherboard (system board) - With Intel Core i3-6100U dual-core processor (2.4GHz, 3MB Level-3 cache, 15W TDP), UMA graphics memory, and Sure View privacy features - For use in models WITHOUT WWAN and with Windows

 

Yes, it also for for low end HP 840 G3. I don't know why the manual is also for 840 G3 but the list on page 72 says nothing about 840 G3 but from the following list, I believe 848 and 840 share same boards both are 14" machines.

 

     https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05259054#AbT1

 

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