2000-2b19wm HP: upgrade CPU laptop HP 2000-2b19WM
Hi all! Well, my question is if I can upgrade my CPU and I can, which is the maximum that the motherboard of this laptop (HP 2000-2b19wm laptop) will support. I have a reclassification at only 1.60 GHz but I can't believe that this computer can simply be upgraded 0.30 GHz... Please can someone help here? I am sick of having my laptop it slow when I open at least 3 programs at the same time.
Data sheet: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02729693
The question you are faced to can be a bad processor or bad Board of Directors, in need of a technician expert diagnosis by the presence of a sudden of eye.
Yes, you can replace the current processor with the same or even higher without changing the current Board of directors subsequently:
i3 380M: HP part number 625823-001
I3 390M: HP part number 634692-001
i5 480M: HP part number 634693-001
Through 23, 24 page in this manual:
I have a CQ60-211DX laptop. It uses a processor Intel Celeron 585 2.16 GHz core simple. It is a processor Socket 9.
I want to know if it is possible at this level to a processor Socket 9 better, such as the Pentium Dual Core or Core 2 Duo. My main concern is what families of processor will support the motherboard.
My research so far indicates that the Celeron has a max of 31W TDP. The Pentium Dual Core T3200 (2.0 GHz) and T3400 (2.16 Ghz) have a max TDP of 35W and the Core 2 Duo has a maximum TDP of 10 w. So, the Pentium Dual Core would generate a little more heat than the Celero, but I think he might be able to handle the additional 4W? The Core 2 Duo, on the other hand, almost cold.
The Celeron and Pentium have 1 MB of L2 cache, but the Core 2 Duo has 2 MB. The Core 2 Duo has a pace much more slow clock (1.5 Ghz), but I understand that it is still faster than the Pentium with the effectiveness of the architecture.
I don't know how the FSB affects things, but the Celeron and Pentium are 667 MHz while the Core 2 Dio is 533 MHz.
There are several other statistics I do not understand. A large part of the information I have just the pages that follow. Also, I have confirmed with a representative of Intel Celeron 585 is, indeed, Socket P.
It seems that Intel does not often stated that a processor is Socket P, but Sockets supported including the PPGA478 seems to be what I'm looking for. Not entirely sure, though. There seems to be the T7000 and T8000 T9000 series processors that support PPGA478, also.
http://Ark.Intel.com/product.aspx?ID=27256&processor=T7400&spec-codes=SL9SE, SL9SK, SLGFJ, SLGFV
Although T8000 and T9000 models all have much higher FSB speeds. Yet once again, I don't know enough to understand what effect this has on compatibility, so I guess I should stay with 667 MHz.
Finally, I guess the U7000 series is more advanced than any of the T series, but other TPD and VID lower voltage max quantity, all other specs seem lower (FSB, clock speed, L2 cache memory).
Soldering is not a problem. I don't know if my processor is welded on or not (have not yet cracked open and will not until I know that it is worth), but even if this is the case, I have a soldering iron, solder Wick and the skills to remove the welding without damaging the components.
So what I've been able to reconstruct so far. If someone could let me know which processors can handle the motherboard on my laptop, I would really appreciate it. If someone could suggest what processors would offer the best performance gain, would be great, too.
What follows is a listed one CPU upgrade CPU option for your product.
Processor Mobile Intel Core 2 Duo T5850 - 2.16 GHz (Merom-MV, at 667 MHz front side bus, 2 MB cache level 2 total, taken Micro-FC-PGA, 35W TDP, 65nm)
If you plan to upgrade limit you your purchase know CPU compatible and functional. This way you will save yourself the disappointment of an incompatible CPU installation.
As notebook BIOS do not have many options tweakable, which disqualifies basically anything but what the manufacturer offers for upgrades in option.
the CPU I have listed and linked to is probably the best you can do for your laptop.
I'll be able to upgrade the processor 1.75 GHz is too slow? And if I can what is compatible?
The manual of 4th of the following link will show you a list of the compatible CPU:
I did the possible research upgraded the CPU in my laptop Compaq CQ50-110US, which currently has an AMD Turion X 2 RM - 70, 2.0 GHz. I was informed that the Turion X 2 Ultra ZM - 86, 2.4 GHz, is the best upgrade that is possible. But after reviewing the laptop (http://products.amd.com/en-us/) AMD processors and make a comparison, I wonder if a Turion II Ultra M660, 2.7 GHz (which seems to be the fastest computer laptop AMD processor at present) could also work? Wattage is the same X 2 heat and Ultra generation difference seems negligible. The RM-70 has Nvidia GeForce 8200 M graphics card. I don't know what is available on the M660.
If anyone has any advice, it would be much appreciated. Thank you!
The new BIOS to do any good, should have included the Code that expanded compatible processors. HP has no reason to write such a code. If they are updating the BIOS, this is something that they care, like compatibility with a new operating system or solve the problems they would have to be financed under the guarantee. HP is the only entity that can write a BIOS for the system because it is closed and owner. They assume the processor you have is that you always have and they write only BIOS which cover the processors they choose to offer with systems. Occasionally, a non - OEM processor will work, but not very often. Look at the thread sticky erico at the top of this map:
The best advice is that you can probably use an HP processor offered with your model of series, but try installing anything else is a gamble at best.
Can someone please confirm that my Compaq Presario B1223TU, who has a processor Intel T5250 CPU can be upgraded to the Intel T9500 (Penryn) 2.6 GHhz.
I already installed the latest version of BIOS 68MSU f.0Une on my computer.
After checking the site Web of Compaq to my computer here: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob-57986-1&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&...
In the correction and improvement of article he States: "adds support for new Intel processors.
What exactly are these new Intel processors because it is not clear? It's the BIOS version 68MSU ROM. F05
I guess that means it supports the new Penryn T9500, T8100, T8300 and T9300 processor, but I'm not sure.
I also found this site selling retail who says that it is supported as well for my particular laptop but it does not include the Intel T9500: http://www.ambry.com/page/modelnu/GS111PA/463050-001.html
Can someone please confirm that the T9500 is a possible upgrade for me. Thank you.
I give her thumbs upward
I would like to know is there is a list of the CPU compatible to your laptop HP G7 - 2030ca. I currently have a Core i3 - 2350 m. I found a document showing a Core i5 - 2450 m should be compatible, but I would like to know if there are any other Core i5 (or maybe dual core i7) that are compatible with this device. Maybe even third gen Core i5, anyone know?
Thank you very much for your help,
You can find a list of compatible processors on Page 82 of your & Maintenance Guide.
Note: I do not work for HP, but looking at the degree of disassembly required, I guess that would void any warranty (if any) If you do the work yourself.
DP - K
Can I upgrade my laptop for games, I have a laptop HP 2000 with windows 8
Yes, you can upgrade hardware components. Because it is a laptop, you may need to contact the manufacturers of computers for the options available or compatible devices.
Hope the helps of information.
can any body tell me I can upgrade my laptop dv7-4045ea cpu and if so what can I improve it with what cpu are compatabul
the next book #1 will show you compatible CPU. The book also shows a lot of things.
I wonder just to upgrade CPU on my laptop to get some perfomance.
I did the upgrade of RAM to 8 gb and 64 bit Win7.
Now, it's processor i3 - 370 M (3 m cache, 2.40 GHz).
I'm sure I can go to i3 - 390 M (3 m Cache, 2.66 GHz) processor, but it will be useless IMO.
It has same Cache and just a little bit faster CPU count:
I need someone to answer the question: can I ride this laptop an i5 or i7 without problem with compatibility with the motherboard?
Sorry for my poor English, but I think you will have a point of my case.
I do not want to play games, but need more power for hd video editing when I'm outside my home office
> I need someone to answer the question: can I ride this laptop an i5 or i7 without problem with compatibility with the motherboard?
You should know that upgrades of processors are not supported by any laptop manufacturer. This means that no one can tell if a CPU would be fully compatible and cause no worries. These upgrades are own risk.
You could read this statement from Toshiba about upgrades.
[Is it possible to upgrade the CPU or GPU of a Toshiba laptop computer? | http://APS2.Toshiba-tro.de/KB0/TSB9401AX0001R01.htm]
The point is that even the chipset which is part of the motherboard would support the new processor, BIOS would not fully compatible and the combination of BIOS and the new processor may cause new troubles.
The camera seems to supports the INTEL HM55 chipset and to my knowledge, the Toshiba Satellite C660/C665/Pro C660 series is based on a Dual Core/Quad Core Processor (* Intel Arrandale processors *)
So if you want to find a compatible CPU, you should check the processors owned by the family of processors Intel Arrandale.
I currently have a Qosmio X 770 - 116 Core i5-2410qm / 8 GB 500 GB 17.3 - tft Dvd Win 7 Azb
Can I upgrade the processor to a core i7?
If so, what is the name of the i7 processor?
Jos Sallets, Belgium
This Forum on NECK, we discussed several times the upgrade. For best performance, a lot of people want to upgrade CPU. Update CPU is not supported, and in particular cooling system, each laptop model is designed to work with certain hardware platform.
In general the Qosmio laptops have the best material with excellent performance, so I put t know why you think the CPU upgrade. In my opinion, you should spend RAM and HARD drive. It is supported and can be done by the owner of the laptop without losing the warranty valid.
Maximum RAM HDD Upgrade and upgrade with SSD and you will see the difference. You will be surprised with the speed of your laptop is.
I ve do on my laptop. It works perfectly now. Think about all of this.
Small question. I still have six months toshiba warranty on my A300-1ED. laptop is very good. Never fail. But it lacks performance so I want to upgrade my PDC T2390 to some C2D processor.
Tell me what model of C2D my A300-1ED runs (card mother and bios)? T7500? T5750? Frequency FSB? 667 or 800?
Someone at - he do it before?
Thanks for all the tips!
First of all, you will lose the warranty if you would disassemble the laptop!
This should be clear to you.
Then there is no guarantee that your laptop would go well and stable after this upgrade the CPU.
I m thinking about issues of compatibility between the processor and BIOS since the BIOS was pretested with the other processors.
However, I have read some threads here on the CPU upgrade and some users do that
Seems that some laptops run without any big problems after upgrade CPU, but I think it's not consistent for all series
Perhaps this topic could be useful:
Hello, first of all I apologize for my bad English hahaha.
I have a Satellite C70 - A - 16 L with pemtium processor I want to change it to an i3, i5 or a i7, is it possible?
Upgrade CPU on laptops is not supported. This means that no one will be able to tell if the new CPU would work and if the laptop would be stable after this upgrade.
Primarily this unit seems to be new. In this case, the warranty is still valid. If you disassemble the notebook in order to remove the CPU, you will void the warranty.
I put t think it's worth a try.
PS: even if you want to put a new processor, the performance gain is not noticeable. In my opinion better upgrade would be the use of SOLID-STATE drive instead of the HARD disk
I'm french so my enclise is approximate.
I have to computer laptop satellite L350-14Y
Intel cèleront 560. I would like to apgrade processor with a dual core (T2340). Is this possible?
Can wich processor I upgrade my laptop please?
Thank you very much
In General, the CPU upgrade is not supported - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9401AX0001R01.htm
Problem is that Toshiba offers no information on compatible processors that can be used on this laptop. Supported upgrade is RAM and HARD drive.
This Satellite is old enough laptop model that can be used for everyday operations, so I see no reason to upgrade CPU. What do you need more performance?
In my opinion, you can increase the Ram to the maximum level and exchange the original HDD with SSD faster.
This will increase the performance of laptop computer s quickly and you can do it alone without any risk.
This time my question belongs to the CPU in my Satellite Pro 2100. Currently under construction in an Intel Pentium 4-M GH 1.9, my question is, wether I could built in a processor (more powerful sense) "superior". Have seen CPU type Intel Pentium 4 M up to above 3.0 GH. Of course, this is related to the FSB, and due to the fact that I don't know what kind of motherboard I have, I just want to know if anyone here knows the maximum.
I know there is Toshiba Satellite Pro Notebooks with 2.2 GH Intel Pentium 4 M processors inside.
happy to all boards
I remember well the Satellite Pro 2100 was equipped with 5 different Intel Pentium 4 - M s CPU
1.7 GHz, 1.8 GHz, 1.9 GHz, 2.0 GHz, 2.2 GHz
So, theoretically, you can insert a 2.2 Ghz Intel Pentium 4 - M CPU.
But please don't ask me if it is really possible because the CPU upgrade on laptops is different as an update on the desktop.
On some older portable computers, the CPU has been fixed for the mobo and it was not easy to remove it.
That's all I can say about this case.
I own a laptop A100-0FH with the core duo T2050 @ 533 MHz FSB processor. I intend to upgrade the processor T2700 core duo @ 667 MHz FSB. Does anyone have any information that might be useful before you go ahead and finish the upgrade? I've already updated the bios and memory is 4 GB maximum - I want to just make sure that the thing will work before I do it. Someone did he do this upgrade in the past? My cooer will handle the extra heat?
Thanks for the comments...
This Satellite phone resembles a Canadian machine.
In any case, the CPU upgrade on laptop is very delicate and especially is not possible for different reasons.
Best performance and the higher temperature may be the biggest problem
T2700 2.33 Ghz CPU is faster as a 1.6MGhz CPU Core Duo T2050 and they produce more heat. So maybe the laptop wouldn't not stable after the upgrade.
Check out this page of Intel:
So I do not really recommend upgrading the processor on your laptop.
PS; Don't forget that you will lose the warranty if you remove the covers and open the laptop
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