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HP19 All in one AMD dual core with the embedded graphics

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I am thinking of upgrading the entire motherboard and proccessor since the with says it is slow. I dont care i dont us it due to it being slow when we received it. I got from a customer who decided to upgrade to a newer PC build i had gave me this one so I knocked something off the price for her. According to CPU-z this thing has this i checked with Hp they claiming nothing can be upgraded. But I beg to differ since they want to hold me in there circle. So does anyone know what motherboard that is or is it the standard micro in the FM2 family. The proc I would love to step it to a quad or something. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks
Edited by chattdls99 - 6/5/16 at 10:10am
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I am thinking of upgrading the entire motherboard and proccessor since the with says it is slow. I dont care i dont us it due to it being slow when we received it. I got from a customer who decided to upgrade to a newer PC build i had gave me this one so I knocked something off the price for her. According to CPU-z this thing has this i checked with Hp they claiming nothing can be upgraded. But I beg to differ since they want to hold me in there circle. So does anyone know what motherboard that is or is it the standard micro in the FM2 family. The proc I would love to step it to a quad or something. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks


It is an AM1 board and they are telling you the truth. There is no upgrade path. The cpu is soldered.
Edited by chrisjames61 - 6/6/16 at 3:27pm
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Well dang. I was looking for a board and proc to swap out. But wasn't coming up with anything
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