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Upgrade to Dual Core X2

My hp pavilion dv2 1003-AX has amd athlon neo processor... I hv seen tht for 1110 ez models , thers a choice of either amd athlon neo x2 or turion neo x2 processor. So is ther any chance of hving a dual core athlon neo x2 procesor in my notebook?? if so wat wud its cost be n wher can i get it done...?
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Re: Upgrade to Dual Core X2

Hi,


Sunny09 wrote:
My hp pavilion dv2 1003-AX has amd athlon neo processor... I hv seen tht for 1110 ez models , thers a choice of either amd athlon neo x2 or turion neo x2 processor. So is ther any chance of hving a dual core athlon neo x2 procesor in my notebook?? if so wat wud its cost be n wher can i get it done...?

 

Your processor is not a socketed processor. Your ultra-thin notebook has the processor embedded in the system board. That means no upgrades are possible at the consumer level. 

 

regards,

erico 

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Re: Upgrade to Dual Core X2

Hi,


Sunny09 wrote:
My hp pavilion dv2 1003-AX has amd athlon neo processor... I hv seen tht for 1110 ez models , thers a choice of either amd athlon neo x2 or turion neo x2 processor. So is ther any chance of hving a dual core athlon neo x2 procesor in my notebook?? if so wat wud its cost be n wher can i get it done...?

 

Your processor is not a socketed processor. Your ultra-thin notebook has the processor embedded in the system board. That means no upgrades are possible at the consumer level. 

 

regards,

erico 

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