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What is the fastest processor my computer can get?

This is the one i have right now.

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+A8-4500M+APU

Please provide a link to the processor where i can buy it please.
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  1. That's a laptop CPU. Last I remember you can't upgrade laptop CPUs.
  2. Pingypoker. please only comment if you actually know what you are talking about. You can indeed replace/upgrade cpu's in laptops as long as they are not soldered to the motherboard.
  3. Fatal_vT said:
    Pingypoker. please only comment if you actually know what you are talking about. You can indeed replace/upgrade cpu's in laptops as long as they are not soldered to the motherboard.


    It would be helpful if he told us what laptop he has.
  4. I'm not familiar with the mobile processors from amd but the processor that will fit into the fs1 socket that is the best would be the AMD A10-5750M. And sorry but you didnt post what state or country your in but cant help you with the buying thing.

    WARNING: A processor upgrade can result in a bigger power consumption so your laptop can become unstable or overheat if your laptop cannot supply the power required.
  5. I'm not familiar with the mobile processors from amd but the processor that will fit into the fs1 socket that is the best would be the AMD A10-5750M. And sorry but you didnt post what state or country your in but cant help you with the buying thing.

    WARNING: A processor upgrade can result in a bigger power consumption so your laptop can become unstable or overheat if your laptop cannot supply the power required.
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    An A10-5750M should take the same energy and dish out the same heat IIRC. They're about 200$ used last I saw. Just make sure that your A8 isn't soldered and you should be good.
  7. And that your bios will support it. Most laptop bios's are very limited in what they support for CPU's and just because it's the same pin-package, it doesn't mean the bio is able to deal with the clock-speed, cores or TDW.
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