[LAPTOP CPU UPGRADE] is the T2300 compatible with my laptop??

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  1. aliitp

    aliitp Notebook Enthusiast

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    hi guys

    this is my laptop board model and spec i got them through cpu-z

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    can u assist me and tell me wether the T2300 is compatible with my board or not?
     
  2. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell?

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    915PM/GM implies you have a Socket 479 machine. You can only use flavors of Pentium M, though 400MHz FSB and 500MHz FSB units will both work. The T2300 and all dual-core processors will not work.
     
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    powerpack Notebook Prophet

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    I don't think so it is socket 479 and 2300 is socket M. But I am not 100% sure. I could do better if I knew what CPU you have? I assume Pentium-M?
     
  4. Greg

    Greg Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    The 915 chipset used the Pentium M processors, so it will not work. 945 chipset used the first Core Duos and Core 2 Duos, with the 965 chipset using the Core 2 Duo's currently available.
     
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    aliitp Notebook Enthusiast

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    i thought so too coz it was a dual core anyways :(
    thx guys
     
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    aliitp Notebook Enthusiast

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    sorry but what is the maximum speed for celeron processor supported??
     
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    Greg Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    The fastest processor you will EVER be able to get is the Pentium M 770, which is just NOT worth the upgrade. No single core processor is worth upgrading, since they are so old and so expensive you are better off buying a new laptop.
     
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    aliitp Notebook Enthusiast

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    but that's 2.13 greg dont u think it will give me a noticable difference?
    at least for cpu intensive tasks
    how comparable is the Pentium M 2.13 to the T2300??
    just wanted to ask
    and ya ive gone quickly through eBay and ya it's expensive
    but let's say am curious :)
     
  9. goofball

    goofball Notebook Deity

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    you haven't provided any info on the CPU you have now.
    Noticeable is a relative thing, it depends on what you do with the machine.
    Possible to have other bottlenecks as well that would drag the performance of the machine down.
     
  10. NJoy

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    you can also get a 400Mhz FSB Pentium M and pin-mod it for higher clocks
     
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