[UPGRADE] for VAIO SVE1712T1RB

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    Hi 2 all

    I have notebook Sony VAIO:
    Product Name: SVE1712T1RB
    Model: SVE171C11V
    Service Tag: C904Q6BF
    Intel Ivy Bridge-MB IMC
    Intel Panther Point HM76
    BIOS: InsydeH2O® UEFI BIOS R0140D6 v.1.40
    OS: Win10 x64
    CPU: Intel® i5-3210M
    GPU: AMD Radeon HD 7650M (Sony)
    Display: CMN N173FGE-L23 LVDS 40 pin 2-channel
    Wireless card: Atheros AR9485WB-EG

    I want to upgrade next components:
    1. Display: to IPS (AH-IPS or AHVA) FullHD (1920*1080) or QuadHD (2160*1440). Which (display module, not resolution) prefer? Here is problem: display is LVDS 40-pin. So i need to buy adapter LVDS => eDP or LVDS 40 pin => 50 pin? Which will give more freedom?
    2. Microphone: (is it possible?)
    3. Web-camera: to camera with better quality (is it possible?). To which?
    4. RAM: upgrade to 16-32 GB, but here have some problem. Chipset supports up to 16GB, CPU - up to 32 GB, OS is 64-bit - supports many GB...but motherboard supports only up to 8GB. Is there any ways to solve it? Which RAM-kit prefer? Is there any reviews of good SO-DIMM DDR3 kits?
    5. HDD: to 850 | 860 Samsung EVO SSD 500-1000 GB
    6. CPU: to i7-3632QM
    7. Wi-Fi | Bluetooth: to Intel® Wireless-AC 9260 / Rivet Network Killer Wireless-AC 1550. What I need is 802.11ac / ax + BT 5.0. But don't know if bus between module & MoBo will support full speed of module - need your help.

    What I need to do with motherboard / BIOS? Cos many people says that all devices are in BIOS so I will need to modify it & how2 know is there any hardware whitelist?

    What will be bottleneck in config (excluding GPU) & is it possible to solve it?
    Am I right that there is only SATA-150 (SATA2) support?
     
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    http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Sony/vaio-sve1712t1rb

    4. RAM: 16GB should be more than enough

    5. and 7.
    no problem, go ahead.
    HDD: Should be SATA3.

    Don't think there will be problems with BIOS, except maybe for the CPU Upgrade.

    the rest - sorry, no clue.



     
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    tnx for answer.

    Now I'am trying 2 find DreamColor FullHD-displays.

    Question is another bottlenecks which can be

    will work without any BIOS-mod?

    Which will be better as Wi-Fi | BT-card vendor:
    Qualcomm
    Broadcom
    or
    Intel

    Which will be better as RAM-kit:
    G.Skill Ripjaws SO-DIMM - F3-1600C9D-16GRSL
    G.Skill Ripjaws SO-DIMM - F3-1866C10D-16GRSL
    G.Skill Ripjaws SO-DIMM - F3-2133C11D-16GRSL
     
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    Same here. 2133 works well, but Kingston® HyperX™ Impact Black HX321LS11IB2K2/16 has next parameters:
    • CL - 11
    • tRCD - 12
    • tRP - 13
    • tRAS - 34
    • RC - 48
    • CR - 2T
    • tRFC - 278
    • tWR - 16
    • tFAW - 25

    So I'd prefer 2 buy another kit. G.Skill Ripjaws F3-2133C11D-16GRSL for example, but it's bit hard 2 find it.

    F3-1866C11D-16GRSL
    (as next option) has next parameters:
    • CL - 9
    • tRCD - 9
    • tRP - 9
    • tRAS - 28
    • RC - 37
    • CR - 2T
    • tRFC - 208

    I think with SSD also will be no problem.

    So, first will be RAM. Next - ROM. Next - display. Next - CPU. Next - WiFi-combo.

    DDR3 doesn't supports kits like 2*16. So 16 GB is all we can use
     
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