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Pavilion 15 BC035ND

I'm looking at buying the HP Pavilion 15 BC035ND in The Netherlands. This machine comes with 16GB RAM (2x8), but I'm finding mixed messages on the possibility of upgrading to 32GB.

 

Anyone who knows if this is possible on this machine?

 

Thanks in advance for any info!

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@Boompieper

 

DDR4-2133 Dual Channel Support (DDR4-2400 bridge to DDR4-2133)

Supports up to 16GB max system memory

 

 

Your manual here.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05117922

 

REO

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Hello Boompieper,

 

Here is the information of the supported memory on this computer

 

Supports the following configurations:
Two SODIMM memory module slots (select models only)
DDR3L-1600 MHz dual channel support
DDR3L-1333 MHz dual channel support
Max. DDR3L-1600MHz Single Channel Support●
16384 MB (8192 MB + 8192 MB)●
12288 MB (8192 MB×1+ 4096 MB×1; not supported on computer models with a 32-bit operating system)●
8192 MB (8192 MB×1 or 4096 MB×2; not supported on computer models equipped with a 32-bit operating system)●
6144 MB (4096 MB×1 + 2048 MB×1; not supported on computer models equipped with a 32-bit operating system)●
4096 MB (4096 MB×1 or 2048 MB×2)

 

it only supports 16gb max.

 

Regards,

I am an HP employee
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