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hi ! please , im using a HP pavilion G7 Dual core and i want to change the processor ... put a I3 processor on it ... i want t

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May 9, 2014 4:58:01 AM

hi ! please , im using a HP pavilion G7 Dual core and i want to change the processor ... put a I3 processor on it ... i want to know if it is possible and if there is no risk to spoil the machine ??... thank you

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May 9, 2014 5:44:11 AM

No, you can't mess with laptops. Buy a new pc
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May 9, 2014 12:52:27 PM

Quasty said:
No, you can't mess with laptops. Buy a new pc


Umm, false. OP, it depends on what dual core you are talking about for your particular laptop. I notice that there are G7' that use AMD and some that use Intel.
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May 9, 2014 7:28:45 PM

logainofhades said:
Quasty said:
No, you can't mess with laptops. Buy a new pc


Umm, false. OP, it depends on what dual core you are talking about for your particular laptop. I notice that there are G7' that use AMD and some that use Intel.


Dude, first off the mobo will be incompatible, secondly, having a better cpu won't really make a difference if all the other components are out of date too.
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May 12, 2014 7:46:51 AM

Quasty said:
logainofhades said:
Quasty said:
No, you can't mess with laptops. Buy a new pc


Umm, false. OP, it depends on what dual core you are talking about for your particular laptop. I notice that there are G7' that use AMD and some that use Intel.


Dude, first off the mobo will be incompatible, secondly, having a better cpu won't really make a difference if all the other components are out of date too.


We don't know if it will be incompatible till we find out what CPU exactly they have. I have upgraded a CPU in a laptop before, and my current one is upgradeable as well. My i5 sandy bridge laptop will hopefully be seeing an i7 upgrade soon, as it was an option for my laptop. If his laptop is a sandy bridge Intel, as some G7 series were, the upgrade is still worth it if they have a pentium or celeron that is also Sandy Bridge.
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