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All right so don't laugh but my computer is as so:
Operating System
Windows 8.1 64-bit
AMD K140
40nm Technology
4.00GB DDR3 @ 534MHz (7-7-7-19)
Quanta 2AF5 (P0)
HP Omni / Pro ([email protected])
384MB ATI AMD Radeon HD 7310 Graphics (HP) 60 °C
465GB Seagate ST3500413AS (SATA) 39 °C
Optical Drives
Realtek High Definition Audio

Now the Cpu is apparently an APU that's dual core 1.4ghz, I really want to upgrade, it says the socket type is an Ft1 and Im not sure if its integrated into the motherboard or not. All I know is if it is, I want to overclock but I'm new to overclocking... If it's upgradeable, where should i buy it from and how can i find processors that are compatible with the motherboard?

More Cpu specs:

Cores 2
Threads 2
Name AMD K140
Package Socket FT1 BGA
Technology 40nm
Specification AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon HD Graphics
Family F
Extended Family 14
Model 2
Extended Model 2
Stepping 0
Revision ON-C0
Instructions MMX (+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4A, AMD 64, NX, VMX
Virtualization Supported, Enabled
Hyperthreading Not supported
Bus Speed 100.4 MHz
Stock Core Speed 1400 MHz
Stock Bus Speed 100 MHz
L1 Data Cache Size 2 x 32 KBytes
L1 Instructions Cache Size 2 x 32 KBytes
L2 Unified Cache Size 2 x 512 KBytes
Core Speed Multiplier Bus Speed Threads
Core 0 1406.0 MHz x 14.0 100.4 MHz APIC ID: 0
Core 1 1406.0 MHz x 14.0 100.4 MHz APIC ID: 1

I'd really appreciate it if you could help me.

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AMD E1-1200 is usually found on low budget laptop and it is soldered on the motherboard. If you want to replace it you need to buy both new CPU and motherboard.

Googling your motherboard name, looks like it can only be found on Hewlett-Packard 120-1333w AIO, that means you can't replace it either.
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