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What is the max RAM for the HP Pavillion 15 CW0007LA and what type of video card is on it?

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HP Pavillion 15 CW0007LA
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I am interested in this laptop but I find there is very little information on the internet. I have been unable to check reviews on the product. How upgradable is it? and other information that would help me decide about buying it. 

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Comes with 12 gigs of DDR4-2400 and can be upgraded to 16 gigs or 2 x 8 gig DDR4-2400. Here's the Service Manual so you can see how to get into the memory compartment.

 

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There is some feedback from other Users that the AMD Ryzen systems can use 2 x 16 for 32 gigs. 

 

The video system is integrated and is the 

 

AMD Radeon Vega 6 Mobile Graphics (Ryzen 3 2300U processor)

 

The jury is still out a bit on Ryzen. In theory it is a game changer for AMD and rivals Intel Core systems but in practice we are seeing some complaints about its performance. 

 

If I were buying a new laptop I would stick with an Intel i5 or i7 system and hold off on the Ryzen until it proves itself more.  

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Comes with 12 gigs of DDR4-2400 and can be upgraded to 16 gigs or 2 x 8 gig DDR4-2400. Here's the Service Manual so you can see how to get into the memory compartment.

 

Manual

 

There is some feedback from other Users that the AMD Ryzen systems can use 2 x 16 for 32 gigs. 

 

The video system is integrated and is the 

 

AMD Radeon Vega 6 Mobile Graphics (Ryzen 3 2300U processor)

 

The jury is still out a bit on Ryzen. In theory it is a game changer for AMD and rivals Intel Core systems but in practice we are seeing some complaints about its performance. 

 

If I were buying a new laptop I would stick with an Intel i5 or i7 system and hold off on the Ryzen until it proves itself more.  

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Thank you very much for the reply. Is it possible to also upgrade this system with an SSD? Is it possible to have a dual configuration? 

 

 

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Yes per the Manual supports a hard drive (2.5 inch) and an M.2 SSD either SATA or PCIe/NVME. 

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Once again thank you for your assistance. The last question, is there a way to adopt an external GPU to this computer? Or to improve the graphical processor?

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No;  eGPUs require a Thunderbolt port and your USB-C is data transfer only. There is no way to speed up the video system on the laptop itself. 

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