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Can you upgrade the processor or add memory so it prints faster?

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I couldn't find anything on a memory upgrade, unfortunately. Printer boards are usually fixed boards- that is to say, there are no sockets for memory chips or ungradeable cpu chips. Thus, the reason for so many different models, with different options, and faster printing. On some machines you can adjust the quality print output to achieve a slightly higher printing speed, but that is all I can suggest. Good luck, and hope this helps.

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