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HP 1484 MOBO

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October 9, 2010 2:38:36 AM

Does anyone know if this mobo will support dual core? It's a laptop mobo. I have searched intel and there may be some dual core options, but I can't find anything on this board.

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a c 1163 V Motherboard
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October 9, 2010 2:46:36 PM

The easiest thing to do is call HP customer support and ask them.
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October 9, 2010 7:14:22 PM

yeah, their online live tech chat is useless. I talked to someone last night asking for my motherboard specs and here's what th dufus gives me:

Product Name CQ62-219WM
Product Number WQ778UA#ABA
Microprocessor 2.2GHz Intel Celeron processor 900
Microprocessor Cache 1MB Cache
Memory 2GB
Memory Max 8GB
Video Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
Doesnt tell me anything about the board! I did however downgrade my bios from F.24 to F.16, F.16 says supports newer intel processors! Thats the best info I have gotten from HP, they suck. So I will take my chances and buy either a T6600 or T8100
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October 9, 2010 8:52:56 PM

Make sure that what is in there is the same socket as you plan to install.
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October 10, 2010 12:25:32 AM

Yeah, the T6600, 8100 are both Penryn socket P 478. So I will buy one and cross my fingers :o 
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October 10, 2010 2:33:29 AM

Confirmed by a person on an HP thread, I can go with T6600 and T6670 also can try the T8100
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October 10, 2010 2:52:32 AM

Sounds great enjoy!
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October 10, 2010 2:27:32 PM

Thanks, I know its not easy looking around for parts for laptops. Heh, have a good one.
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February 28, 2011 11:02:15 PM

ahumphers91 said:
Confirmed by a person on an HP thread, I can go with T6600 and T6670 also can try the T8100


Hey did you give this a go? My laptop as the same board and i also want to upgrade my CPU, If you successfully managed to upgrade. It would be great if you could tell me what you manage to upgrade to and if theres a noticeable performance increase.

Cheers.
Chris
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March 2, 2011 3:28:26 AM

yes, I believe I put a T6670 in and she works like a charm. Good luck.
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March 3, 2011 12:12:53 AM

Have you experienced any over heating problems? and was the CPU its self easy to replace?
Thank you for you feed back.
Helps alot.
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March 3, 2011 12:39:25 AM

No heat problems because intels speed step technology doesnt use the whole cpu all the time. Once I got the laptop apart, it was as easy as replacing the cpu in your desktop. Find your laptops schematic that way u dont break it taking it apart.
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March 28, 2011 3:17:58 PM

I'm having a similar issue with this. I have the same motherboard and very similar specs as to the above. My model # is WQ668UA#ABA and am considering an upgrade for the CPU. With the limited and almost non-existant information that HP has given me I don't know the limits the motherboard can handle. Can anyone give me a hand with this?
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March 28, 2011 3:26:33 PM

Hp is garbage. They wont help! Whats ur current cpu model?
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March 28, 2011 3:40:43 PM

Pentium(R) Dual-core T4500 @ 2.30ghz
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March 28, 2011 4:50:21 PM

Thanks for the info. It does help a bit but still not sure what all the mobo will provide support for. To my understanding the mobo has to be able to support some of the same capabilities of the processor to use them. The T9500 does look like a good step up for the cpu.

I received hp's "support," it was laughable indeed. When I resubmitted the question with deeper explanation, I got the specs on a different product. They then said they didn't have the capabilities to help me with any more detailed information and directed me to call the hp support #.
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March 28, 2011 5:07:49 PM

Yeah. That's them lol. I wasn't sure what my mobo would support either, I would say you have a better chance of it working than not. Its kinda a crap shoot.
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March 28, 2011 5:13:46 PM

I'm almost positive it should work for you.just remember when putting in the new cpu to use good high performance thermal compound. The only good thing is that when upgrading intel has speedstep which only uses what it needs from the cpu so it doesnt overheat in the laptop
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March 28, 2011 5:28:58 PM

What about when playing games that's intensive on the cpu processing??? I've been playing Starcraft II with my current one but the usage of the cpu is extensive even on the lowest settings.
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March 28, 2011 6:03:22 PM

What's the temps your hitting now
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March 28, 2011 6:10:42 PM

Normal Usage
HD0: 41*C
TEMP1: 43*C
Core 0: 38-40*C
Core 1: 38-40*C
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March 28, 2011 6:22:46 PM

Mid to high 50's during play.
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March 28, 2011 6:39:14 PM

You should be good with the upgrade I would think. You can get up into the 70s with a laptop, I would just buy a really good laptop cooler and use good thermal compound.
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September 27, 2011 7:17:41 AM

too_short said:
I'm having a similar issue with this. I have the same motherboard and very similar specs as to the above. My model # is WQ668UA#ABA and am considering an upgrade for the CPU. With the limited and almost non-existant information that HP has given me I don't know the limits the motherboard can handle. Can anyone give me a hand with this?


In my compaq cq-62 219wm and it is very easy to switch out the cpu. It took me only 15 min to get it open, in, and on. I put in a t6400 intel core 2 duo but I've found out that you can go up to a T9500 for sure. Just make sure you have yourself a good phillips head 0 magnetic screwdriver, a pretty good memory on where your screws all went and what you unplugged, some rubbing alcohol (to clean out the heat sink {91%}], some q-tips, and some thermal paste (to replace what you cleaned up and on the new cpu) . You will need a flat head screwdriver when you get to the socket to unlock it.
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December 29, 2011 1:21:00 AM

pacmanisback said:
In my compaq cq-62 219wm and it is very easy to switch out the cpu. It took me only 15 min to get it open, in, and on. I put in a t6400 intel core 2 duo but I've found out that you can go up to a T9500 for sure. Just make sure you have yourself a good phillips head 0 magnetic screwdriver, a pretty good memory on where your screws all went and what you unplugged, some rubbing alcohol (to clean out the heat sink {91%}], some q-tips, and some thermal paste (to replace what you cleaned up and on the new cpu) . You will need a flat head screwdriver when you get to the socket to unlock it.



Did you have to downgrade the Bios or use a specific Bios to get the CPU to run or no? My new CPU (T7300 that i got on ebay for 7 bucks) arrives tomorrow and i want to make sure that i can do any Bios tweaking prior to it.
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March 11, 2012 5:16:21 AM

no, I just swapped to see if it would work and she did
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