Question Best cpu for PGA478?

Matoo69

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So i have laptop with pga478 (P Socket)

chipset (Intel GM45/GM47 rev.07)
Now i have t4300 and i am planing to buy t9300

what cpu is the best you think? To buy?

What max ram i can have for this and best CPU (and are the t9300 good upgrade)

thanks
 
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k1114

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Socket 478 and P are not the same socket and are not compatible with each other. You do have socket P but just because it's the same socket, does not mean the bios is compatible. It's a waste of time and money and it's not worth it. Nothing you can change will make much of a difference at all. If it's just to tinker than go ahead.
 
Thank you for the additional information. I'll try to research the cpu upgrade later today. 2x2gb will work great and they are cheap to find. :) That in itself will be a huge boost even if a cpu upgrade isn't possible.
 

Matoo69

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Ok thanks,i think intel gm45 as i search support 8gb ram i try to find cheap 4gb ddr2 but i cant... 1x4gb ddr2 hard to find and if you find is like 50/60€ thats to much..

i will put 2x2gb to have 4gb and 120gb ssd + new cpu if i can,but i search for cpu and i can becose cpu is not soldred and some people say that they upgrade but i need secend opinion
 

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No is not its like 120gb ssd 35$ and 500gb ssd almost 100$ i order from ebay all staf i order 3times for 775socket,1155 and i think was am4 and all the time was all good and working :)

btw i pay 120gb ssd on ebay 23$
 
No is not its like 120gb ssd 35$ and 500gb ssd almost 100$ i order from ebay all staf i order 3times for 775socket,1155 and i think was am4 and all the time was all good and working :)

btw i pay 120gb ssd on ebay 23$
You're paying too much on ebay for junk. You can get brand new name brand stuff for that much. Used stuff on ebay should be at least 1/2 the cost of new.

I paid $7 for a 120GB ssd almost a year ago. ;)
 

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