Dell x300 Tags: CPUs Processors Socket Dell Last response: September 24, 2010 8:13 AM in CPUs Share Anonymous a b à CPUs September 23, 2010 5:22:16 PM Hello, is the processor on a dell x300 soldered or socket? i dont really want to open it up to find out its soldered but if it isnt what socket is it ? More about : dell x300 acer0169 a b à CPUs September 24, 2010 7:48:42 AM I would have to agree. Upgrading a laptop is like putting new rims on an old car - you're happy with it for a while, but eventually you still need to buy a new one. Just look at the newer AMD Acer laptops or something. I've used a good few of them and for the price they're very powerfu with 1333 RAM :] hairystuff a b à CPUs September 24, 2010 8:13:36 AM The Dell x300 processor is soldered. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Download dell drivers audio for Dell Latitude X300 Forum Download dell drivers audio for Dell Latitude X300 Forum Dell x300 password Forum How do i replace hard drive dell x300 Forum Upgrade problem with dell radeon x300 64mb to 128mb Forum Upgrading from ATI mobility Radeon X300 64MB(Dell Insp. 6000) Forum Dell latitude x300, wireless network interface card, regular... Forum Buy hard disk for dell latitude x300 Forum FOR SALE: Dell x300 - Mini Laptop Forum Dell C521 & Asus Radeon X300 Forum No ATI tabs in Control Panel (X300 on Dell Inspiron) Forum Where to buy Dell Latitude X300 batteries cheaper? Forum ExpressATI Radeon X300 SE 128MB /Dell Dimension 8400 problem Forum SolvedATI Mobility Radeon X300 on Win7 Forum Solved(Radeon X300) Is there something wrong with my video card? Forum SolvedQosmio X300 getting hot hot hot Forum Onboard GeForce 7025 256MB dd2 shader 3.0 vs Radeon x300 128MB ddr1 shader 2.0? Forum Just got broadband and can't get ATI RADEON X300 to recognise wireless connection is there a switch or slider? Thanks Forum Cant update graphics driver ati mobility radeon x300 Forum KVM switch / Radeon X300 display problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !