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I have a HP Elitebook 8470p laptop that I bought back in 2013 for college. I have upgraded to a 500GB SSD, and the original 4Gigs of ram up to 16Gigs

I was wondering if its possible to upgrade the screen in any way, it already needs replaced due to a small dead spot in the screen.

What would be the best CPU upgrade possible?

 

Thanks for anyone who takes time to help or read this!

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Do you want a new screen or a new CPU?

 

Linus did a display replacement on a laptop recently, so I doubt it would be an issue.

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I want to replace the screen, just looking for options on putting in a better screen than what was factory.

I also am looking into getting a new CPU for better performance overall.

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On 10/14/2018 at 9:12 PM, Boeckel911 said:

I have a HP Elitebook 8470p laptop that I bought back in 2013 for college. I have upgraded to a 500GB SSD, and the original 4Gigs of ram up to 16Gigs

I was wondering if its possible to upgrade the screen in any way, it already needs replaced due to a small dead spot in the screen.

What would be the best CPU upgrade possible?

 

Thanks for anyone who takes time to help or read this!

How do you like the 8470P laptop?

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  • 7 months later...
On 12/5/2018 at 5:40 PM, Canada EH said:

How do you like the 8470P laptop?

It was the computer I was recommended to buy in college in 2013, it did everything I needed it to at that time. It chugged along doing any gaming or a heavy workload. After I put the SSD and more ram it did a little better, but not a ton. I travel for work so it had a tough life after college, but was pretty durable. I would definitely recommend it for a shop or light duty computer even being this old.

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