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Processor & motherboard upgrade for my laptop

Q: Processor & motherboard upgrade for my laptop

Hi!!!
I have a dell latitude c640 laptop ddr sdram, P4, 1.20GHz, HDD 30GB, L2 Cache 512 KB, and RAM 256 MB.
I need to remodel the laptop so that it can work with virtualization simulations & have atleast 4GB RAM. Can you kindly let me know the processor, motherboard, and specifications of other upgrades which will be compatible enough to enable me to reuse THIS very laptop just by upgrading it? Also let me know an approximate cost estimate.
I repeat kindly let me know the specifications of the above which will work with this series of laptop for virtualization simulations using Virtual Box, OpenvSwitch, Xen etc.

Thank You!!!

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A: Processor & motherboard upgrade for my laptop

Laptops do not have standardized motherboards that will interchange. If and I stress IF there is a motherboard you can use as an upgrade, you would need to contact the manufacturer for the specific details. There is little to no way for anyone to know these details, outside manufacturing service department.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/processor-motherboard-upgrade-for-my-laptop.195404/
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Specs
Vista ultimate
nvidia 8800gtx
750 PSU
intel core 2 6420
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A:Motherboard/Processor upgrade help

Well at the least you are looking at a new CPU. Chances are you will need a new motherboard as well, but maybe not. Other things you may need to upgrade is the RAM and powersupply - but again maybe not.

Can you post you motherboard model, RAM type and speed(ie PC2100), and powersupply make and wattage. Also post any Systemax model number. You can find all this using Everest: http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.php?pid=1&lang=en&pageid=3 - just note that you may want to look at the RAM visually to see if whats being reported is the correct info - you could have faster RAM running at a slower speed.

Also note that in most cases you will need to format and reinstall Windows when upgrading the motherboard due to the change of the motherboard chipset - its also just a good idea to do.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-processor-upgrade-help.281427/
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A:I'd like to upgrade my processor and possibly motherboard?

Hi fcKid,
what GPU are you using?
 

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A:Oblivion lag. Upgrade motherboard or processor?

Hello, HyperDrive! From my own experience, upgrading the processor can improve performance. I have read an article somewhere that stated that no matter how powerful your graphic card is, the processor speed will be the limiting factor of the performance. Therefore, the processor should be taken into consideration as well. I used to play Oblivion on a Celeron processor too, and the game lagged as heck! I then bought a new computer with a better graphic card and processor and the game ran quite smoothly. Anyway, I heard that it is difficult to upgrade the processor alone. I heard that you must upgrade the motherboard along with the processor, because each processor is specially made for a specific motherboard. I am not sure whether that is true, but you can ask other computer experts for more information.

When I played Oblivion on a Celeron processor, I found numerous tweaks for both the game and the graphic card driver that helped me to play Oblivion slightly smoothly. Here are the links to the tweak pages:

http://www.tweakguides.com/Oblivion_1.html

http://www.tweakguides.com/NVFORCE_6.html

In the NVIDIA control panel, I suggest you put the slider to the "Performance" point if you do not know how to use the advance settings. Only use the advance settings option if you know what you are doing!

I hope that the information that I have given you are beneficial in solving your problem. Good luck!

NOTE: According to my friends, Oblivion is a laggy game itself! A few of my friends have reported that even though his computer is the latest gaming rig available, Oblivion still ran laggy at a High graphics setting! For me, I always play Oblivion at the Medium graphics setting. I value performance over graphics!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/oblivion-lag-upgrade-motherboard-or-processor.741544/
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A:Motherboard & processor upgrade questions

One thing you should know about the AMD HD-4x series cards is that AMD is not keeping up with video driver updates for Win8. I have a 4290 and am running Catalyst 13.1 "legacy" drivers -- and installing those in Win8 was a real chore.

IF you're planning on staying with Win7, you will OK video driver-wise; but, upgrading to Win8 will present video driver problems.

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A:1261nr motherboard and processor upgrade

Hi, Please check the following discussion:    http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Pavilion-G7-1261nr-Processor-Up... Regards.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/1261nr-motherboard-and-processor-upgrade/td-p/5784564
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A:Abit IPE35-E Motherboard Processor Upgrade

the cpu support sheet for that model says that it works with bios version 15. i would think an updated bios version would carry over support but there is a slight possibility that it does. i would first look into your power supply to see if it is big enough. you are jump to a much large cpu that probably is pulling more watts so post the make and model of that so we can check. also post any peripherals that you have such as video cards or sound cards.

 

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A:Upgrade processor in my HP Pavilion g6, motherboard: Hewlett...

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A:Upgrade processor or motherboard on Dell Vostro 230 Mini Tower

Hi,
I have mentioned list of processors which are also compatible with Vostro 230 mini tower.




Number


Code Name


Cache


Clock Speed


Front Side Bus




Q9650


Yorkfield


12 MB


3.00 GHz


1333 MHz




Q9550


Yorkfield


12 MB


2.83 GHz


1333 MHz




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Yorkfield


4 MB


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Yorkfield


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1333 MHz




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3.16 GHz


1333 MHz




E8400


Wolfdale


6 MB


3.00 GHz


1333 MHz




E7600


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1066 MHz




E7500


Wolfdale


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Wolfdale


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2.80 GHz


1066 MHz




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Wolfdale


2 MB


2.70 GHz


800 MHz




E5300


Wolfdale


2 MB


2.60 GHz


800 MHz




450


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512 KB


2.20 GHz


800 MHz




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A:Laptop processor upgrade?

Typically laptops are not CPU upgradeable, unless it was a choice at purchase time as to processor speed. (In which case the system could be capable)

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A:Laptop Processor Upgrade

What's the full model number of the lappy? It may require a new motherboard if available. Many use soldered in CPU and aren't upgradeable.

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A:processor upgrade (laptop) ?

It is possible, i'vre upgraded mine on my 8930g and my mothers 5 series acer.

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A:Laptop Processor Upgrade?

In the first place, the socket for your processor has been retired by intel (and is not compatible with the i3, i5, or i7). In the second place, the processor is soldered onto the motherboard. So, in short, NOPE.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-processor-upgrade.975599/
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A:Laptop processor upgrade

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Some laptop and portable computer manufacturers allow their customers to upgrade their processor speeds.

However, if available seriously consider the upgrade in speed and the cost, often for the amount of money spent and the little increase in performance it may not be worth the upgrade.

This type of upgrade often requires the laptop computer or portable computer manufacturer or authorized repair shop to perform the upgrade and is not something an end-user will be able to do.

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I personally have never done this but I am sure some of the more experienced members will have better advice and suggestions.
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A:Laptop Processor upgrade?

I think that an upgrade will certainly be difficult, and the laptop may not even accept the faster processor.

Truthfully, I'd be looking to upgrade the laptop if you really need faster speeds.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-processor-upgrade.629509/
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A:Can I upgrade my laptop processor?

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A:Laptop Processor Upgrade

Here's something from NEC: http://support.necsam.com/mobilesolutions/hardware/notebooks/versalx/upgrade/versalxupg/

Its not much of an upgrade - you would be better off selling it and getting a newer model.
 

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A:Processor upgrade for a laptop

I did a bit of online research and the i5 3380M should fit into the laptop's cpu socket ok and it's TDP rating is the same as your present Cpu so heat shouldn't be a serious problem.

The Cpu must be supported by the Bios as well but I can't find any information about that so you will be taking a gamble there.
 

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A:Looking to upgrade my laptop's processor and graphics

There's nothing you can do, except upgrading the bigger ram ( laptop has the limit. ), bigger hard drive, and maybe new wifi card.

Better suggestion is to exchange your laptop in for the new one; or ride this out and suck it up.
 

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A:CPU / Processor Upgrade for Acer Laptop

Check with the manufacturer.

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A:Solved: what you need to know for a laptop processor upgrade

Two main things: 1) socket type 2) BIOS support

OEM makers often only support specific cpu's on a given model line.
 

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A:Solved: Help On Gateway Laptop Processor Upgrade

Probably not. They are generally soldered right to the board. Laptops are not really meant for gaming, though a few are designed specifically for that purpose.
 

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A:upgrade laptop motherboard for a better videocard

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A:Collaborative Processor Power Controls for Processor are disabled after upgrade

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

See if this finds any new drivers:

Intel? Driver Update Utility

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A:Motherboard and Processor

The manufacturer's site will tell you. Sometimes they also have a BIOS update that expands the types of processors that are supported, too.

These will give you detailed information on your machine:

PCWizard
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A:Motherboard or processor, which is it??

Hello GLENDAGIRL. Welcome to the forum.

Not necessarily. If the problem were in the motherboard's CPU socket that could be mistaken for a CPU error.

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A:Bad Motherboard or processor?

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A:is it my processor or motherboard?

read : http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic60398.html
 

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A:New motherboard and processor

The answer...you really won't know until you try it.Technically...MS considers a change of motherboard alone as a change of systems. That would make the textbook answer depend on the type of license you have for Vista.If the license came with a system assembled by one of the OEMs...or is a MS System Builder/OEM license...technically, MS has the right to tell you that such license is not transferable.If it's a retail license where you bought/installed Vista on the system...you could move it with no problem.In reality...you won't know until you try. I know for a fact that many XP users in similar situations...have made the changes mentioned (and more) and had no problem with PA after the changes.Vista is a tad more recent than XP...and the rules being applied may be a bit different...hence my answer.Louis

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A:motherboard/processor

To find your motherboard is a pain but this place will tell you how.
Home page. http://www.ping.be/bios/

Here is the page that tells you how. http://www.ping.be/bios/numbers.shtml

As far as upgrading goes The Pentium processors will use a different voltage and socket. You may be able get a faster 486mhz chip for that board. I would not recommend spending much money on it though as it might be time to build or buy a new one.

My brother was in this same position. Things he bought Evergreen Turbo chip. $100.00
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It is easy to get caught up in the upgrade path as you hate to see a older computer not being used. But then it is easy to spend too much money trying to get a old system to run marginally better.

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Remember the light at the end of the tunnel just might be a train
 

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A:Motherboard or Processor?

Try installing a linux distro from a free download and test with linux to see if its just a windows driver issue ,or infact a hardware issue,as for Vista bin it and try Win7.
 

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A:New motherboard and used processor

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A:P4 processor and motherboard

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A:What happens to my W10 when getting new processor and motherboard?

Originally Posted by Windows Central Question I'm planning to upgrade my PC setup by getting a new processor and motherboard. I heard somewhere that W10 license is somehow linked to the computer setup it was initially installed on. Since installing a new motherboard and processor does require reinstall on the OS as well, what kind of trouble should I expect? How should I go about this? windows 10 comes with two types of activation > Digital entitlement ( when you have successfully upgraded from win 7 / 8 pro-there is no product key in this) >product key
difference between the two is , in digital entitlement, microsoft activation information is saved in your BIOS, and i case you change your motherboard you will lose your activation.
> product key, motherboard change wont effect it and should work fine.
so yours being linked to computer setup ( i consider it being Digital entitlement) you can connect your digital license with your Microsoft account because after the hardware upgrade you will lose your license , . here are the picture of what you see when you have successfully linked your account :
before :
after:
there is another way where you can contact Microsoft support and you will receive the activation, as it was mentioned by Gabe Aul.

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A:Looking for Motherboard and Processor

Try the new Asus line-up ! Check dual core AMD proc., and why keeping that RAM pack ? New mem. chips go @ 533MHz so an upgrade of that is also a good choise...(and for the price u don't have to have second thoughts ) !
 

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A:Motherboard to go with this processor?

Intel D975XBX2KR Motherboard - £145.69 -(Overclockers.co.uk) Great Motherboard, and very powerful.
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A:Motherboard or Processor

Corrupted files usually point to a corrupted\failing HDD.

However, there's one thing that wasn't clear from your post: Did you replace the motherboard and then do a clean install of XP or was it the other way around? If you did it before replacing the motherboard, then you'll have to do it again, because while Windows can handle hardware changes like new RAM, a new video card and even a new CPU, a new motherboard is too much for it to handle and the Hardware Abstraction Layer becomes messed up, usually ending in BSODs or other problems.
 

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Thanks
 

A:Want to buy new processor and motherboard

What kind of memory are you going to be re-using, DDR or DDR2?
 

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A:Can I Get A New Processor For A MotherBoard??

No, the fastest Socket 7 CPU ever made was the K6-2 550Mhz if I'm not mistaken. You could upgrade to that but it would not be worth it.

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A:New motherboard and processor

Buy a new comp. You are wasting money re-placing that stuff.

My BEST advice.
 

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A:Finding a processor for my motherboard

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A:Will this processor work with my motherboard?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Evilhugbear


Hi, I just wanted to know if the AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Deneb 3.2GHz will work with my GIGABYTE GA-M78SM-S2H motherboard (That is what the manual says). I saw in a review that it is AM2+ compatible and my mobo manual says it is AM2/AM2+, is this true?

And also if I will need a fan or the stock one will work fine.


First off let me say that a question of this kind can easily be solved by visiting Gigabytes website, they like most major mobo manufacturers have great online support. Here is the CPU Support list for your mobo: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ProductID=2817

The answer is No, your mobo does not support that CPU, it will take the Phenom II X4 945 3.0GHz with BIOS revision 3.1.

Do you need a fan? Im unfamiliar with the AMD Phenoms and their stock fan, but I never stick with the stocker, as I'm an overclocker!

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A:Can I replace Processor on motherboard?

Sure its possible.

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A:Will this motherboard support this processor?

Basically all the components are compatible, as for the memory mixing it with different CAS can be negligible the computer will just runs them at the slowest latency. As for the system requirements for Grand Theft Auto IV:

Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows Vista - Service Pack 1 / XP - Service Pack 3
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4GHz
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Recommended System Requirements
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A:Is My Motherboard or Processor Dorked?

Posted the partitions.

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A:what processor can my motherboard handle?

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A:Changing motherboard and processor

Its always a good idea to fresh install when changing motherboards. A fresh install will minimize any issues that could arise from different hardware configurations. I've also heard that Windows setup detects an SSD and optimizes Windows for use with the SSD.

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The board seems to be a P4 board. - Intel® Desktop Board - DQ963GS

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First, I'll give you my specs. AMD Athlon 1.4Ghz, 60gig HD, Gf4ti 4600, SB Audgy 2, 768 MB RAM, and a MS-6330 Lite motherboard. As I think, and as you might think, my processor holds up the rest of my comp a bit. I want to upgrade that, and my motherboard, as a 1.4Ghz is the max it can handle. I want to do this mainly for gaming. The thing is I would love to do it by myself, but if its too complicated or if I risk messing up my computer, I'd take it somewhere. Any suggestions/comments would be appreciated. I'll give more specs if at all needed. Thanks.
 

A:Motherboard/Processor Question.

Installing a motherboard is a fairly straightforward process, but if its the first time you've done it, it can be problematic.

You have to install the case separators, the processor, fan, video and audio cards, and modem.

You also have to connect the power supply and the electrical connectors. But these are things that are explained in the setup manual. Its not as difficult as it seems. Also, modern motherboards come jumperless so that's one thing you don't have to worry about.

I advise you to learn how to do it, you'll save a ton of money over the long run and you'll get what you want..

I would get someone who know what he's doing to help me through the process.

The first time I did it, I spent 2 days, then after I figured it out it took me and hour...
 

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