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PII Processor Upgrade?

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Does anyone the know the max cpu the tecra 8000 is capable in running? i'cant seem to find any info on the manuals to figure out if it's a mmc-1 or mmc-2 socket? it's currently running a 266 pII... Since i don't have the laptop yet i really don't know anything about the chipset or cpu socket.. if it's a mmc-2 i should be able to fit the pII 400 cpu without any problems? since the 266 and the 400 both have a 66mhz fsb?

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Well..the cpu and the board level chips are all designed to work together. i had a tecra for a while(gave it to my son) and I do not recall the cpu being upgradable

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This info is official and can be found at the following HP Service manual shown below. (Section 1-2)

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Please download the utility cpu-z at the following link

http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

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This bios seems to enable support for CPU's at steps A2 which may be your chip. Unfortunately you did not state the BIOS revision so if it the V1.30 this bios will also add support for CPU's at stepping D1 as well.

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