Question would a amd ryzen 7 fit into a rPGA988B / BGA1023 socket?

Sipan9000

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I would not recommend taking apart your laptop to change the processor if you've never done something like that. Most laptops, especially older ones, don't even allow you to upgrade the parts
 

Wolfshadw

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whould the intel Core i7-2630 Be A good Choice?
Assuming you have the rPGA988 socket. yes. That would be a good option.

-Wolf sends

Edit: I would note that this is not a simple process and I would not attempt this on your primary system. If this is just a laptop you use for testing, that's fine, but if you depend on this system for regular use, do not attempt this.
 

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