There is no way I can know if 32GB will work unless I gamble by buying it or ask just like I’m doing but hence nobody knows I think the only solution is to gamble it like I did for the current 16GB.
Then, you have to gamble. Personally, I would not bother spending the money on a system with a processor that is more than a decade old. Save your money, and get a new/newer system that supports an 11th gen or greater processor.
Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]
My current laptop we are talking about is so sweet due to its sleek design, feel and the UV backlit keyboard with the eye catching stylish red light keyboard. It’s has a discrete GPU but just 1GB but the current processor is giving me 3.7GHz on 8 cores with VisionTek 16TB SSD installed.
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