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Intel celeron 498mhz how fast it is

Can i upgrade my laptop with that kind of prosessor with 64mb of ram?

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You sure can,,you can upgrade,,and u can get a new upgraded bios for older cpus that makes them where you can upgrade them even more,,, check out this website,,, HP Customer Care and hp customer care/chat,,good luck

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CPU upgrade for this Samsung laptop?


just go buy a good NEW laptop and save all the headaches of FIXING an OLD UNIT

Jul 10, 2015 | Samsung NP200B5A-A01US - Series 2 Business...

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Hello I was wondering what is the best cpu for this Laptop. All i have is a P4600 celeron, I cant find information about the motherboard from samsung. I presume the motherboard is a BA92-07852A.


I have chatted to a guy Dinoop P from Samsung support.
He could only confirm that max mem was 8GB. He said CPI couldn't be upgraded, but referred me to buy the Repair Manual from their outlet, which is also known ad J&J

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and at the bottom of that page lists CPUs which physically fit into the motherboard, and are electrically compatible with the CPU socket. This does not mean they are compatible with the m/b (though it likely that some are). You might find a post in a forum somewhere )like the Samsung forum) describing a successfully upgraded CPU

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I want to upgrade my intel celeron processor 1.8 ghz but wats the cheapest with performance and then the most expensive with performance


check with your motherboard book and see what processors it will except because it all depends on the chipset- usually the cost involved dosen't show much of a performance gain-- have you upgraded the RAM? that a big gain you will notice!

Mar 13, 2010 | Intel Celeron D 335, 2.8 GHz Processor

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I have pentinum4 intel(R) celeron processor 1.3 GHZ processor. I want to increase the speed of my processor without any hardware change. I have 40 GB HD & 512MB with windows XP RAM.plz help


you cannot change the speed of your processor unless your processor supports overclocking. however your processor does not support that.

if your computer is running slow try upgrading the RAM to 1GB.
also check to see whether you have unwanted applications running in the background

Jan 25, 2010 | Intel Celeron D 335, 2.8 GHz Processor

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Intel Celeron Upgrade


I know how you feel, you want to improve your situation but not spend a lot of money, and squeeze some more out of what you already bought. You have a latop that works, no need to get rid of it. The problem is that CPUs on laptops are really not made to upgrade. The overwhelming amount of data out there tell us that it's actually just easier and sensible to buy a new one. I know that's not what you want to hear, but- 1) celeron chips are really not designed for gaming, although that doesnt mean you can play simple games on them 2) if your chip is a celeron, it means your laptop was not a high-end one that had the pentium chip plus all the other higher-end (faster) components that support it. That means that even if you bump up your celeron to one a bit faster, it will still have all the slow components around it. 3) the motherboard limits what you can do-- it will not let you upgrade to the fastest celeron out there, but will allow you to upgrade withing a narrow range of celerons. This is because as chips get faster, the companies change the way they attach to the motherboard, and newer chips dont attach to older montherboards. 4) the main determinant of gaming is your graphics card, then RAM, and these wont be affected by upgrading your CPU. 5) even if you were to replace your celeron, you'd have to pay a decent ammount for it, maybe 100 bucks, and I've seen new laptops sell for 399 to 499 entry level. For me, I'd rather scrape up the extra 300 bucks and just get a new laptop, which will have the new CPU (much faster than the fastest celeron), new graphics card, probably much more ram than your system can now support. Don't mean to rain on your parade! Good luck.

Feb 01, 2009 | Intel Celeron D 335, 2.8 GHz Processor

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UpGrade


you could only upgrade the processor and RAM in this condition i.e.

you can only change your an upgraded p-III processor like 1.0 GHz, 1.1 GHz or 1.3GHz and
upgrade the RAM by changing to 256 in each slot.

that is all what u can do with ur pc

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