[SOLVED] can i upgrade my laptop cpu i3 3110m to i5 3380m ?

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Hi, I own a Samsung notebook NP270E5V

I am thinking of upgrading the processor from( i3 3110m ) to ( i5 3380m ) can i upgrade?
 
If your current cpu is not socketed, then no way.

If it is, then there is a chance as these are from the same generation, but will require chipset and more importantly bios support.

I can't find any evidence of anyone upgrading this laptop, so I don't know if it's possible or not.
 
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If your current cpu is not socketed, then no way.

If it is, then there is a chance as these are from the same generation, but will require chipset and more importantly bios support.

I can't find any evidence of anyone upgrading this laptop, so I don't know if it's possible or not.
 
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Jan 6, 2021
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If your current cpu is not socketed, then no way.

If it is, then there is a chance as these are from the same generation, but will require chipset and more importantly bios support.

I can't find any evidence of anyone upgrading this laptop, so I don't know if it's possible or not.
Is there a way to know if the BIOS is compatible? Before I burn the laptop?
 
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if you can't find data that the laptops BIOS and mainboard supported multiple CPUs....then this will not end well.
Thank you. I just found out that the laptop processor is connected to the motherboard, and I cannot change it anyway. I was thinking of burning it
 
Jan 6, 2021
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If your current cpu is not socketed, then no way.

If it is, then there is a chance as these are from the same generation, but will require chipset and more importantly bios support.

I can't find any evidence of anyone upgrading this laptop, so I don't know if it's possible or not.
Thank you. I just found out that the laptop processor is connected to the motherboard, and I cannot change it anyway. I was thinking of burning it
 

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