|09 Dec 2012||#11|
Take a look at this:
T2310 Inter Processor Upgrade - General-Laptops-Notebooks - Laptops-Notebooks
Oh, I'm sorry! That link is telling me something else. Someone's claiming that I can upgrade to pentium 2.2 or 2.3 GHz because of the same 35 TDP as the T2310.
From CPU World: Pentium Dual-Core Mobile T2310
Show related & motherboard compatible CPUs. You'll want to stay in the same 35W TDP as the T2310 so that makes the logical replacement choices:
Pentium T4400 2.2Ghz
Pentium T4500 2.3Ghz
|My System Specs|
|09 Dec 2012||#12|
I am trying to figure out what processor is compatible with my motherboard in my HP Pavilion dv6628us notebook.
I could afford a new laptop, but I would rather spend that money on getting my teeth fixed and my face like a new born baby's ass. All I want is a processor fast enough to record my Youtube videos in HD without the lagging and stuff. Thank you for replying.
BTW, I've taken the computer apart a hundred times. I've swapped the processors like 4 times in total just to make sure the one I purchased wasn't faulty. So it's not that hard for me.
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