These two processors are socket compatible: Intel® Product Specification Comparison
However, that does not mean you can swap one for the other. You must contact ACER and ask them if the i7-7700K is supported by THEIR BIOS.
If you attempt to do this upgrade without that information, you could damage your system.
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Al Hill is right, you computer manufacturer determines the processor compatible with your motherboard, at this point I strongly recommend contacting you computer manufacturer and ask if this processor is compatible with your system before buying it.
You should be able to get support at the following link:
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