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Giantsfan93
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Bios update

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Hp Pavilion Slimline s5-1110
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey y'all, I have an older machine here with a bios update from 2012 and I was looking to upgrade my cpu. I upgraded the OS from windows 7 and I was wondering if this update might brick my pc?

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Grzwacz
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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

The only BIOS update available from HP is applicable to Windows 7. I would not try this BIOS update when using Windows 10.

 

Your PC supports the following processor upgrades, the i7-2600 at 95 watts TDP is the max (Link😞

 

Core i7-2600 (Sandy Bridge) quad core
95W
Core i7-2600s (Sandy Bridge) quad core
65W
Core i5-2500 (Sandy Bridge) quad core
95W
Core i5-2500s (Sandy Bridge) quad core
65W
Core i5-2500t (Sandy Bridge) quad core
45W
Core i5-2400 (Sandy Bridge) quad core
95W
Core i5-2400s (Sandy Bridge) quad core
65W
Core i5-2390t (Sandy Bridge) quad core
35W
Core i5-2300 (Sandy Bridge) quad core
95W
Core i3-2120 (Sandy Bridge) dual core
65W
Core i3-2100 (Sandy Bridge) dual core
65W
Core i3-2100t (Sandy Bridge) dual core
35W
Core G860 dual core
65W
Core G850 dual core
65W
Core G630 dual core
65W
Core G540 dual core
65W
Core G530 dual core

 

Regards

 

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NaturligaRussin
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Be very careful, I just bricked my HP Pavillion by using a BIOS that the HP identification tool said I could use on my computer.

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