HP envy ts m6 processor upgrade


I am trying to upgrade the processor in my Hp envy m6 ts so I can play better, but when I watched the maintenance and Service guide for my laptop, it does not show how to upgrade my processor. Is it because Hp does not upgrade the cpu for this laptop or other reasons?

Hi Cool1315

Thanks for the reference!

The processor (Intel I5-4200U) is soldered to the motherboard is not possible to update.

Product number: E0K41UA


Printed circuit board 732775-501 card MOTHER UMA I5-4200U W8STD


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