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Upgrading Lenovo 50-30 - Tech advises


Best Answer phillpower2 , 05 May 2018 - 09:21 AM

   Kicha2003, Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but entry level notebook CPUs are most often soldered into the motherboard and the graphics are provided by the CPU rather than a dis... Go to the full post »


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kicha2003

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Hello people! 

 

Need your technical advise regarding upgrading my entry level Lenovo Laptop.

 

See Specs in attached file.

 

Serial Number: CB34504693
Machine Type Model: 80ES5943076


My point is can I change celeron chip and Nvidia card + If I upgrade to SSD and make it 16gb RAM will be it decent for gaming and video editing?
Can you please also advice me website where I can purchase cheapest refurbished parts for upgrades. 
Thank you guys beforehand
Operating System
Windows 10 (64-bit)

 

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:welcome:   Kicha2003,

 

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but entry level notebook CPUs are most often soldered into the motherboard and the graphics are provided by the CPU rather than a discreet video chip so neither can be upgraded, this is the case with your Lenovo notebook, you can upgrade the RAM to 16GB and fit an SSD but neither will make the computer anywhere near a gaming spec rig I`m afraid.

 

RAM and SSD upgrade examples here


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