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I have an HP Pavilion G7 Notebook PC and it currently has 1.50 GHZ as the processor speed and I am wanting to know if this pro

I have an HP Pavilion G7 Notebook PC and it currently has 1.50 GHZ as the processor speed and I am wanting to know if this processor is compatible with my machine. AMD Phenom II N660 3 GHz Processor - Socket S1 PGA-638. PHENOM II N660 MOBILE S1 3.0G 2MB 45NM 35W 1800 MHZ TRAY AMDMOB. Dual-core (2 Core)
My processor is a quad core currently.
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    Yes, Phenom II N660 is compatible and worth upgrade!

    Here's a list of all compatible processors for your notebook:-

    AMDFusion E-450 1.65-GHz processor
    (dual core, 18 W)


    AMD A8-3500M 2.40-GHz processor (1.5-
    GHz FSB, 4.0-MB L2 cache,
    quad core, 35 W)


    AMD A6-3400M 2.30-GHz processor (1.4-
    GHz FSB, 4.0-MB L2 cache,
    quad core, 35 W)


    AMD A4-3300M 2.50-GHz processor (1.9-
    GHz FSB, 4.0-MB L2 cache, dual core, 35 W)


    AMD Athlon II P360 2.30-GHz processor
    (1.0-MB L2 cache, 1066-MHz, 3.2GT/sec,
    dual core, 25 W)


    AMD Athlon II P340 2.20-GHz processor
    (1.0-MB L2 cache, 1066-MHz, 3.2GT/sec,
    dual core, 25 W)


    AMD Phenom II N870 2.30-GHz processor
    (1.5-MB L2 cache, 1333-MHz, 3.6GT/sec,
    triple core, 35 W)


    AMD Phenom II N970 2.20-GHz processor
    (2.0-MB L2 cache, 1333-MHz, 3.6GT/sec,
    quad core, 35 W)


    AMD Phenom II P860 2.00-GHz processor
    (1.5-MB L2 cache, 1333-MHz, 3.6GT/sec,
    triple core, 25 W)


    AMD Phenom II N660 3.00-GHz processor
    (2.0-MB L2 cache, 1333-MHz, 3.6GT/sec,
    dual core, 35 W)



    AMD Phenom II N850 2.20-GHz processor
    (1.5-MB L2 cache, 1333-MHz, 3.6GT/sec,
    triple core, 35 W



    Note: There are still more though. I just posted few.
  2. I have a HP Pavilion dv7 notebook PC currently has 1.8 GHZ as the processor speed and trying to increase the speed to 2.0 + what processors are compatibaly with my notebook for an upgrade?
  3. A 200 Mhz bump in clock speed will be unnoticeable, and, most likely, considered to be wasted money afterward. You'd likely achieve better gains with a fresh OS install, or an increase in memory, as adding an SSD is not easy in light of HP's recovery partition.
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