Question about Computers & Internet
The problem with your request is not so much the physical ability to do what you ask, but the economical reality of the fact the MOST likely it is less expensive to replace your current system than it is to do the upgrade you ask for due to the parts cost involved.
At a minimum you need to replace the: Motherboard, Central Processor, Heatsink/Fan assembly (Some system have discrete video card, which is additional cost) which in most cases will cost more that to buy a new computer with the specifications you desire.
Also, since you appear to be a novice, it is assumed you would be paying to have these installed which about doubles the cost of any upgrade. Last but no least, if enough parts are replaced, Windows may need to be re-installed for compatibility.
If you want to persue this process, the post the brand and model of the system and I'll see what parts cost.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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