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ups2525
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Member Since: ‎02-21-2010
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CPU upgrade?

I want to upgrade my CPU can you guide me please?

 

Here is my laptop info and specs:

 

Hp Pavilion dv6000 series dv6226us

part # RP297UA

    

     CPU info

name: Intel Pentium 2050

code name: Yonah

package: socket 479 mPGA

technology: 65nm

core vid: 1.213 V

specification: Genuine Intel CPU T2060 @ 1.60GHZ

 

    mainboard info

manufacturer : Quanta

model: 30BB

chipset: Intel i945GM

southbridge: Intel 8280 1 GHM (ICH7-M/U)

     BIOS

brand: HP

version: F.2D

 

** I have found a processor that Im interested in,  is it compatible?  If not can you please give me some recommendations.  I have spent hours trying to figure this out so you help and input is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!

 

Type

CPU / Microprocessor

Family

Intel Core Duo

Processor number

T2400

Part number

LF80539GF0342M
BX80539T2400

Processor markings

LF80539 T2400
1.83/2M/667

Frequency (GHz)

1.83 / 1

Bus speed (MHz)  

667

Clock multiplier

11

Package type

478-pin Micro-FCPGA

Socket type

Socket 479, Socket M (mPGA478M)

CPUID

06E8h

Core stepping

C0

Manufacturing technology (micron)

0.065

L2 cache size (KB)

2

Core voltage (V)

1.1625 - 1.3 / 0.7625 - 1

Case temperature (°C)

100

Thermal Design Power (Watt)

31

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embrown057
Posts: 8
Member Since: ‎03-23-2009
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Re: CPU upgrade?

Here is a list of all the processors I know will work with your board. Make sure you upgrade to the latest BIOS before doing any Processor upgrade.  I would invest in the Artic Silver- ArtciClean kit to remove and prep the processor heatsink and CPU. I would also invest in best thermal compound ,Artic Cooling MX-2 or Diamond

 Non-Electrical Conductive Non-Capacitive Non-Curing Non-Corrosive. More is not better when it comes to thermal compound read the directions on the product or check there web site for step-by-step advice for using. Take you time work out of the service manual and you will be fine. I would go with the T7600 if you can find one you can afford, as for the processor you selected it will work but the Merom line would be a better choice.

 

 

Core 2 Duo

Merom-2M

Core 2 Duo T5300 1733 2048 533

Core 2 Duo T5500 1667 2048 667
Core 2 Duo T5600 1833 2048 667

Merom

Core 2 Duo T5200 1600 2048 533

Core 2 Duo T5500 1667 2048 667
Core 2 Duo T5600 1833 2048 667
Core 2 Duo T7200 2000 4096 667
Core 2 Duo T7400 2166 4096 667
Core 2 Duo T7600 2333 4096 667

Chipsets

943GML 533

945GM 533/667
945PM 533/667

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