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I have an Hp Probook 6360b with an i3-2310m, considering upgrading to a different cpu. The socket is G2, and in that socket a series of i7 cpu's fit. The thing is that the i7 I'm considering is a quadcore, and the other i7 I'm looking at is a dualcore. The quadcore would be preferred, but I don't know if the bios would recognize the quadcore, and if the turboboost-technology will be an option that can be turned on. Can't find an option for turboboost in the current bios. I have not updated the bios, so if an never version have that feature, that would be nice. I saw a guy on youtube changing a dualcore to a quadcore, and the bios recognized it and booted up, but the tueboboost feature wasn't there. So all in all, is there a bios that can be installed to get this to work, if necessary, and will the cpu be recognized?
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Hello;

Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

 

Here's the link to the HP drivers and software page for your PC:  http://h20565.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=5045582&lang=en&cc=us

 

I don't know what version of Win7 64-bit you're using, so you will have to use the pull-down to select it.

 

When I checked the Home Premium version, it showed two BIOS versions, and the American version had a recent update.

 

IF that is your version, there may be a newer BIOS you can download and install.

Good Luck

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