08-25-2019 02:49 PM
I have an HP Probook MT41 with an A4-4300M apu. it originally came with 4gb or ram and a 16gb SSD. i quickly changed the SSD for a 500gb HDD that i had laying around and added another 4gb or ram. everything is good but this apu is still killing me. i have read the manuals online and its possible to swap the apu for a new one but lets be real a new of of the same specs just isnt good enough. so here i sit. pondering. just how much of an upgrade can i go. i have some a10s and a12s i think laying around in storage. would this work? or do i need to look for a particular apu from online to replace this baby with.
08-25-2019 02:59 PM
It is a Thin client class machine therefore not much choices. Please use the following link
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