That CPU is soldered to the board. It can't be upgraded.
Putting in faster RAM can increase the video and game performance for things running on a integrated GPU. However the CPU can only use RAM in single channel at 1866mhz, and I'm pretty sure it's already running a 4GB stick of 1866mhz RAM.
Anything that would use more RAM then 4GB would probably require beefier parts elsewhere anyways.
The CPU runs at 1.8Ghz and turbos to 2.4Ghz under certain load conditions. However there is no way to force it to always be at 2.4Ghz to gain more performance.
What I'm getting at is- it is what it is. There is nothing that can be done to make it play games better or play 1080p video better. I own a laptop (and am using it right now) with the same CPU (APU if you want to get specific). The only caveat being that it also has a dedicated GPU along side the A6-6310.
There are ways to attach a external desktop GPU to almost any laptop (and that would greatly improve all those things), but they're expensive, require a good deal of computer know how/confidence, and keep you from moving the laptop as the thing it's attached to has to be plugged into a wall constantly. On top of that the things to do it with are obscure and unused by all but the most desperate.
Edited by SEANIA, 06 September 2015 - 11:43 PM.
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