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Would a Dell XPS 420 be a decent replacement for a HP Pavilion P6000 d

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I have asked this on another subreddit already and I got one answer saying the motherboard in the XPS 420 would limit my expandability options. Also I read some other sources about the XPS 420 and a few people are saying the case is small and it would be difficult to find a motherboard which could fit. Anyway, here's my full post:++https://testmyspeed.onl/++

I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely ++https://xender.vip/++ limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much! ++https://19216811.cam/++
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I have asked this on another subreddit already and I got one answer saying the motherboard in the XPS 420 would limit my expandability options. Also I read some other sources about the XPS 420 and a few people are saying the case is small and it would be difficult to find a motherboard which could fit. Anyway, here's my full post:++https://testmyspeed.onl/++

I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely ++https://xender.vip/++ limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much! ++https://19216811.cam/++
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I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely ++limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much!++
 
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Would a Dell XPS 420 be a decent replacement for a HP Pavilion P6000 d

Metin:

I have asked this on another subreddit already and I got one answer saying the motherboard in the XPS 420 would limit my expandability options. Also I read some other sources about the XPS 420 and a few people are saying the case is small and it would be difficult to find a motherboard which could fit. Anyway, here's my full post:post:++https://testmyspeed.onl/++

I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely ++https://xender.vip/++ limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much! ++https://19216811.cam/++
I have asked this on another subreddit already and I got one answer saying the motherboard in the XPS 420 would limit my expandability options. Also I read some other sources about the XPS 420 and a few people are saying the case is small and it would be difficult to find a motherboard which could fit. Anyway, here's my full post:post:++https://testmyspeed.onl/++

I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely ++https://xender.vip/++ limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much! ++https://19216811.cam/++
 
I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much!
 
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Dell XPS 420

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: BushBond ,

Başlık:

Would a Dell XPS 420 be a decent replacement for a HP Pavilion P6000 d

Metin:

I have asked this on another subreddit already and I got one answer saying the motherboard in the XPS 420 would limit my expandability options. Also I read some other sources about the XPS 420 and a few people are saying the case is small and it would be difficult to find a motherboard which could fit. Anyway, here's my full post:

I have had a Pavilion since around 2012 and now, 5 years later, I wanted to upgrade it. What I am finding is it is extremely limited in every aspect of upgrading. If I upgrade GPU then PSU needs upgrade, if I upgrade CPU the whole motherboard needs to be replaced, and so on! And I know it has the cute "gaming" tag to it and all, and I am aware of basic components and somewhat dated parts (like the 750ti) but what I'm looking for is good expandability potential for the future! So any help would be appreciated. Oh and my P6000 had integrated graphics and a Athlon II X4 630. So this is already an upgrade! If you would suggest something different (a different model for the ''same price or better'') let me know. Thank you so much!

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