HP pavilion 15-ak031tx game: ram upgrade

Hi, I have a pavilion hp 15-ak031tx Windows Home 64-bit game 10. Intel processor core i5-6300HQ with NVIDIA Geforce GTX 950 M, 4 GB, 1 TB hard drive and 4 GB of ddr3 ram... I want to upgrade the ram to 8 GB. I still new on the ram upgrade.



Your device supports

Supports up to 16 GB of system RAM DDR3L-1600 Dual Channel.


Link above is for manuals... General information about RAM page 2

How to replace page 47

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