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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.
 
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part. Even the i3-6100U is 32GB capable.
 
However, it is only validated for 16GB. You are on your own if it’s only validated forsince HP stopped at 16GB due to a board stability issue on early revision systems andsince you have one of thedo not know why - early boards could have an issue beyond 16GB but may be corrected on later ones.
However, it is only validated for 16GB. You are on your own if it’s only validated forsince HP stopped at 16GB due to a board stability issue on early revision systems andsince you have one of thedo not know why - early boards could have an issue beyond 16GB but may be corrected on later ones.

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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.
 
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part. Even the i3-6100U is 32GB capable.
 
However, it is only validated for 16GB. You are on your own if it’s only validated for 16GB due to a board stability issue on early revision systems and you have one of the early ones.

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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.
 
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part. Even the i3-6100U is 32GB capable.
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part. Even the i3-6100U is 32GB capable.

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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.
 
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spentspent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part.
Based on what I can find, this is a 32GB across the board machine - it isn’t part of the generations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the previous owner spentspent, which dictated if it’s an i5 or i7. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part.

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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.
 
What CPU do you have? Look it up and locate the Intel ARK page to find the true RAM limit. However, asBased on what I can find, this is a general rule32GB across the board machine - it is usually 16GB i5/32GB i7 99%isn’t part of the time. Most business hardware comes withgenerations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the i5 CPU, so it’s usually 16GBprevious owner spent. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part.
What CPU do you have? Look it up and locate the Intel ARK page to find the true RAM limit. However, asBased on what I can find, this is a general rule32GB across the board machine - it is usually 16GB i5/32GB i7 99%isn’t part of the time. Most business hardware comes withgenerations where it was either 16/32GB depending on how much you or the i5 CPU, so it’s usually 16GBprevious owner spent. The lowest end CPU (i5-6200U) is a 32GB part.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Nick ,

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It depends on the CPU since the northbridge is part of it and the days of the BIOS dictating it have been over for at least 10 years.

What CPU do you have? Look it up and locate the Intel ARK page to find the true RAM limit. However, as a general rule it is usually 16GB i5/32GB i7 99% of the time. Most business hardware comes with the i5 CPU, so it’s usually 16GB.

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