Topic Title: Processor upgrade help in a laptop!
Topic Summary: Processors
Created On: 12/15/2013 05:44 AM
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 12/15/2013 05:44 AM
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k2sheth
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Hello guyz, can anyone please tell me that which processor would be compatible for my HP dv6 laptop which currently has an {{AMD Phenom(tm) II N620 Dual-Core Processor}}

Socket: S1g4

Family: K10

Chipset: AMD 785G

South-Bridge: SB800

 12/15/2013 08:26 AM
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http://www.cpu-world.com/Sockets/Socket_S1_(S1g4).html

Problems which would make cpu replacement impossible:

1. Current cpu is soldered down

2. BIOS doesn't understand any cpu other than the one that it already has

3. Power supply may be too weak

4. Weak cooling

5. Finding a store that actually sells this cpu



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 12/15/2013 01:28 PM
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Even if you could upgrade your processor, the fact of the matter is that an SSD is the better performance upgrade for a laptop as the HDD is the slowest system device and it really holds a laptop back.

From firsthand experience with an older HP dv6 laptop, I speak from experience. 



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Building a reliable PC involves more than just assembling the parts. You need to be able to configure all of the BIOS settings appropriately. This can be quite involved and frustrating as it can require a lot of trial and error with stress testing. It is however often the only means to get a 100% reliable PC.

 12/15/2013 10:53 PM
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k2sheth
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Yeah correct thanks a lot! But the cpu isnt soldered i have physically removed it a couple of times from the socket! And i also feel that a higher TDP cpu wont be recommended for a 25W socket too! Thanks a lot both of you for the help and the advice!

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