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D620 - D630 what is the main differences ....

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Gordyboyuk, Feb 7, 2008.

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  1. Gordyboyuk

    Gordyboyuk Notebook Evangelist

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    im looking to buy a d630 and put in my d620 components as my charging circuit is knackered , so i want to put in my yonah 667fsb t2400 1.83ghz and all my other bits n bobs

    will my cpu be compatable with the d630 motherboard and does anyone know what motherboard it is as my d620 is currently the i945pm and the socket is
    a 479 mpga according to cpuZ

    any info would be lovely !

    cheers

    Gordon
     
  2. Greg

    Greg Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    CPU will not be compatible, RAM is fine, HDD is fine.
     
  3. Gordyboyuk

    Gordyboyuk Notebook Evangelist

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    damnit , suppose i could buy the base of the machine with cpu do you know which socket the d630 uses?
     
  4. Dillio187

    Dillio187 Notebook Evangelist

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    the D630 has a built in firewire port on the left side as well.
     
  5. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell? Super Moderator

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    It's Socket P. The D620 probably used Socket M.
     
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