Intel Mobile Processor Compatibility Guide

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by Commander Wolf, Jan 17, 2008.

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  1. roninkenshin

    roninkenshin Newbie

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    So if I'm reading this correctly, my Dell XPS 1330 Merom system with a Core 2 Duo T5750 2000 2048 667 will have no issues taking a T9300 processor despite the FSB and the 65nm vs 45 nm difference?
     
  2. miner

    miner Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Yes, they share the same sockets and since Dell ships the 1330 with both cpu's the BIOS shouldnt have any issues supporting the processors. in any case make sure you update the BIOS to the latest version before upgrading thre cpu.
     
  3. truckdriver

    truckdriver Notebook Guru

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    So if I read this correctly the best upgrade for my 1710 with a T7200 is a T7600? Would it be worth the upgrade? THX
     
  4. K-TRON

    K-TRON Hi, I'm Jimmy Diesel ^_^

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    You can upgrade your T7200 2.0Ghz dual core to either the T7400 at 2.13Ghz or the T7600 which runs at 2.33Ghz.

    Your laptop uses socket M processors, so the fastest one is the T7600.

    The T7600 is really expensive so it is most likely not worth it at all.

    K-TRON
     
  5. truckdriver

    truckdriver Notebook Guru

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    That's what I thought. Thx.
     
  6. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell?

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    Finally updated with the new P8000, P9000, and T9000 series processors as well as a few other more obscure units. Celeron Dual-Core anyone...
     
  7. bigozone

    bigozone JellyRoll touring now

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    nice to see the new CPUs,, i also wanted you to know that there are atleast 10 reports of PENRYN cpu UPGRADES working in ASPIRE 5315s which are GL960 chipsets.. (upon upgrading to any C2D cpu the chipset begins to be reported as am i965)

    but there are multiple successful T8100, T8300, T9300, T9500, and even an X9000 success report,, all based on the 5315's ACADIA 2 MB
     
  8. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell?

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    Excellent. I added a footnote to the GL960 footnote. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  9. Arp

    Arp Newbie

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    Thank you very much for the guide. It's really very nice and helpful.

    As someone with a similar Dell notebook (The infamous Inspiron 1100) I can feel your urge to upgrade the processor. A quick question in this regard. Once the initial trick with socket 479 pentium didn't work - how did you end up? Is there a chance to make Pentium 4-M which has pretty nice thermal specks work with 845G/P chipset?
     
  10. eblend

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    I got a strange case of identity between what the hell socket my laptop actually is.

    Yesturday I brought home 2 laptops from my work (i work as a computer tech (desktops mainly) and have access to many laptops for parts.
    Brought home 2 laptops yesturday, a Toshiba P100 (PSPA3C-JR100E), and a Dell D630.

    The processors in the Toshiba is a T2300 (Core Duo) and the processor in the Dell is a T7500 (Core 2 Duo). I didn't do much research before I disassembled both, but did read that it was possible to upgrade a core due to a core 2 duo, so I took them apart. Took out the T7500 CPU and put it into my Toshiba laptop. Fits perfect no problem. Took the T2300 and tried to put it into the Dell D630 and it won't go. The corener pins are off like the picture seen here (i found it online, ignore the model numbers, but same problem) (My T2300 looks like the T7400 in the picture for pin layout)

    I did not proceed from there as I was very confused. Why does the T7500 fit into my toshiba but the chip that was originally in the toshiba not fit into a dell?

    What socket do I have on my toshiba? I did some research and everyone says its socket M, and the Dell D630 is a socket P according to my research. My quesions is, how the hell does the T7500 fit into my toshiba laptop but the T2300 does not fit into the dell. What kind of magic socket to I have on my toshiba? On the socket itself (plastic part) it says 479, but thats about it.

    I didn't try to boot up the toshiba with that the T7500 in there as something does not add up, so I didn't want to risk it, plus to try it requires a whore reassembly of the laptop
     

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