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RAM Upgrade HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n130nw

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HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n130nw product number: V2H19EA
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I have HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n130nw  with 2GB Ram and I want to upgrade to the 4GB or 8GB. I didn't find if it posible or not to change only ram or should I change whole motherboard?

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Your system uses 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM (onboard). Onboard means the ram is hard soldered to the motherboard and cannot be changed.

Replacing the motherboard is not that simple and would not be worth the cost, if you could.

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Your system uses 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM (onboard). Onboard means the ram is hard soldered to the motherboard and cannot be changed.

Replacing the motherboard is not that simple and would not be worth the cost, if you could.

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Thats what I thought but want to be sure, of course I won't change motherboard 🙂
Thanks for answer.

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Your system uses 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM (onboard). Onboard means the ram is hard soldered to the motherboard and cannot be changed.

Replacing the motherboard is not that simple and would not be worth the cost, if you could.

 

 

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