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Topic Title: eMachines eME627-5279 - Processor Upgradeable?
Topic Summary: Stock processor is low-powered; how hard is it to upgrade to a Turion 64 x2 TL series?
Created On: 11/24/2009 11:51 AM
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 11/24/2009 11:51 AM
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Was thinking about the TL-60 or thereabouts. Would it work (I'm assuming yes) and how would I go about doing this? I'm assuming the eMachines computer is going to be somewhat similar to an Acer, now that Acer owns Gateway and eMachines?
 12/15/2009 06:13 AM
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i was going to post something like it..........will see what answers we are going to have, cause im thinking on doing the same upgrading my eME627 TF-20 for a TL-60..........i have seem people upgrading the TF-20 from TL-50 up to TL-60 on different Laptops but non of then are this particular one......

any help will be appreciated..

thanks in advance guys
 12/18/2009 07:28 AM
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TF-20 should be S!G2 based if I am not wrong so you should be looking at RM/ZM Processors.
I just google and found out:
TF-20 is listed S1G1 by CPU World
However the laptop chipset is listed as M780G which uses S1G2 Processors so now even I am confused.

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