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Topic Title: [Question] HP nx6125
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Created On: 12/20/2005 04:02 AM
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 12/20/2005 04:02 AM
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altprtscr
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Hello all,

I'm planning to buy HP nx6125, I was wondering can I change the processor from ML to MT, ex: MT-40 (cause MT only use 25 watt at peak performance, compare to ML which use 35 watt).

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 01/06/2006 10:39 PM
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kirbalo
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You can, and here's an older document that shows you how...

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/d...ort/...1/c00486161.pdf' ">http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/d...00486161/c00486161.pdf

The issue may be that the BIOS won't recognize the MT-xx CPU.

Others recommend staying with the ML-xx CPU and undervolting it lower. I haven't did either, but it may be worth a try first...

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