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Can anyone identify this mobile processor?

So here is the story: I received this processor in a parts trade and I have no idea what it is... It came in a Dell laptop motherboard and I was told it was a Core Duo(?) possibly. I don't have any way of booting the motherboard so I can't run CPU-Z or any software. I have searched high and low (read:Google'd a bit) and have come up short. Let me know if you guys can think of anything or if there are any questions I can answer (please remember that info is pretty limited)!

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  1. do you have another number on it
  2. looks exactly like a core 2 duo but could be a celeron or just about any laptop cpu.
  3. Like esrever said it looks just like the core 2 duo i have lying around but i honestly have no idea.
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    polish the chip with a piece of cotton then look at with a flash light. It should be printed on the blue part of the chip itself.

    I think its a core2 t7700 skt.

    check the pic.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-40GHZ-INTEL-CORE-2-DUO-T7700-SKT-478-4MB-LF80537GG0564M-/110811639910?pt=CPUs&hash=item19cce37066
  5. Looks to be a T7xxx chip.

    less rectangular than the 8XXX and less square than the 5XXX and 6XXX
  6. There is another number printed faintly on the green circuit board by the gold triangle that reads D17128 01 S54

    Didn't notice it before, does that still seem like a Core2 Duo T7700?
  7. What do you plan on doing with it?
  8. Not sure yet, first needed to see what it was. Sell it if I don't have a board that will fit it maybe?
  9. i dunno, if there are any pins and certain socket in mobile chips
    then you can count the pins to to identify the socket sortout your list
    if it is possible
    as i haven't seen any mobile chip yet
  10. bucknutty said:
    polish the chip with a piece of cotton then look at with a flash light. It should be printed on the blue part of the chip itself.

    I think its a core2 t7700 skt.

    check the pic.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-40GHZ-INTEL-CORE-2-DUO-T7700-SKT-478-4MB-LF80537GG0564M-/110811639910?pt=CPUs&hash=item19cce37066



    OK after much research (thanks for pointing me in the right direction!!) I think I have narrowed it down to a Socket P uFCPGA processor. This was based off of the pin count and the orientation of the two missing pins on the bottom of the processor.

    I am leaning towards the Core2 Duo T7700 right now, but i don't think I can be completely sure until i find a board to run it in...

    Anyone know of a good place to get cheap Socket P mobo's for desktops haha?
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