Processor problem Tags: CPUs Laptops Processors AMD Last response: August 30, 2012 1:25 PM in CPUs Share jhay1320 August 30, 2012 9:01:24 AM it is possible that im going to change my laptop amd processor to other amd but different model?tnx!! More about : processor problem Sonophos August 30, 2012 9:22:36 AM Personally I think you may just end up wrecking a perfectly good laptop. m 0 l das_stig a c 104 à CPUs a b D Laptop August 30, 2012 1:25:14 PM It can be done, so long as it is socket compatible, within the original laptops cpu's wattage and TDP and compatible with current memory speed. I swapped an old Celeron M for a Pentium DC-M and found that laptop ran cooler due to lower wattage. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedProcessor voltage problem Forum SolvedIs there a problem with my processor? (Intel i7-4790k) Forum SolvedProcessor and graphics card problem? HELP Forum SolvedProblem in Choosing Processor and GPU for Multi-tasking, Gaming and Autocad Forum SolvedProblem Testing Processor? Forum Solvedhaving a problem overclocking my fx 8350 processor to 4.5ghz from 4.0 Forum SolvedVery long and puzzling problem: HD, Processor, Motherboard, Graphic Card or PSU? Forum SolvedDoes amd processor cause heating problem? In terms of longevity which is better amd a10 or core i5 pls help.... Forum SolvedIs this a processor problem? Forum SolvedSabertooth 990FX R2.0 with AMD FX 8350 Processor problem Forum Help, processor problem Forum Problem with hot processor help Forum SolvedUpgrading my HP P6210y. Problems and processor question. Forum SolvedLow 3DMark11 Score - Processor Problem? Forum SolvedMobo/Processor/PSU problem Forum Processor overheating and shutting pc off. Possible motherboard problem. Forum SolvedCase fan vs Processor fan problem Forum help me with my processor/graphic card problem please Forum SolvedProcessor fan speed problem Forum SolvedPossibel solution in processor problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !