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Upgrading CPU for HP Pavilion g4-2111tu

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Pavilion g4-2111tu
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I have Pavilion g4-2111tu laptop with Intel i3-3110M processer, I want the upgrade the CPU to one of its i5 or i7 counterparts that can work with the motherboard. I have looked into the 3rd generation list that can work on the motherboard socket (FCPGA988), power (35W), etc., but I heard I might have an issue if they are not registered in the laptop's BIOS.

 

May I know the compatible processor list for the laptop Pavilion g4-2111tu? or if someone succeeded with any processor listed in the link

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@Karkarni 

 

You can use gen 3 processors on the list from page 1 of the following Guide

 

               http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03345638.pdf

 

Page 76 gives you part # and how to replace it

 

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BH
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@Karkarni 

 

You can use gen 3 processors on the list from page 1 of the following Guide

 

               http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03345638.pdf

 

Page 76 gives you part # and how to replace it

 

Regards.

BH
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thank you, it is helpful.

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