HP Pavilion Notebook 15-e020eo: Max ram upgrade


Tried to use online support, but her dosent SeasonFive react after that I chose my labtop on the screen, it does not find my labtop but no info from HP...

And there is no other way to contact HP, not so good...

But I wanne have ram max in my labtop, now there are 2 x 4 GB (8 GB total)

I can't, and pehaps faster ram at?



According to the Manual:

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8 GB is the maximum. I am skeptical. The material is the same as other laptops that can take 16 concerts. Unfortunately, unless you have access to modules of 2 x 8 gig memory to laptop DDR3L-1600 for free, it would be a terribly expensive experience. The memory is easily accessible behind a service Panel, as shown on page 53. You may not use any speed faster than the DDR3-1600.

Frankly 8 GB's penty of memory and even if you can switch to 16 you won't see an improvement in the operating speed. If you must run multiple virtual machines, or make you one montage video or other really demanding maybe 16 gigs of work may be justified.

For General velocity of the computer, the upgrade you want is an SSD. You can replace the hard drive with an SSD and clone all your software and programs through. Personally, I will never own a computer without one.

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