Hello, I want a laptop following the age, 1.60GHz is not very fast, for some top games or large applications, it really consumes much resource to run them. So is there any professional way to update my CPU?
1): I think you don’t have to be so serious about processor, because new Intel Core processor’s pin interfaces are all the same. It’s quite simple to change an old processor to a new one. No matter how, there’re still many laptops having overheating problem, but what I can sure is that if you change a faster processor on your laptop, definitely more heat will increase, and check up this article, which has the explanation, if you change any Core processor your laptop, then your machine’s quality warrant would not be guaranteed:
2): Professionally speaking, laptop CPU is updatable, but practically, it’s worthless to update laptop CPU. First of all, technically speaking, if you change laptop CPU, then you have to completely disassemble your machine, during this process, if you are not very professional, then it’s quite possible and easy for you to break other parts. Then it raises the risk to cause some other failures to your laptop. Besides, after this complete disassembling, somehow, the entire laptop’s obturation and stability are broken. At the beginning the damage is not obvious, but as time passes, the overall laptop performance would be influenced. You should know that when you bought your laptop, something was d