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Here is the Fastest processor that will physically fit Turion 64 X2 TL-68, but this will use more power and generate a lot more heat. The best I would advise is the Turion 64 X2 TL-60 This draws the same power and will increase the speed to 2Ghz on 2 cores. So the extra heat produced should be minimal and your battery life should be very similar.
You want to replace with the Exact same one,(AMD Turion X2 Ultra mobile technology ZM-80 / 2.1 GHz)? Is it bad? Have you ever replaced a Laptop CPU? Are you sure you want to do it? This may not be your model, but you can start here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=900bqs1GWsA
My advice to you is to purchase a faster/newer laptop.
A new processor plus labour to install the CPU will cost a substantial amount of money and the performance gain will be marginal. Also RAM bottle neck come into affect as 192mb of RAM is not going to cut it, now-days you need at least 2GB of it. I myself prefer AMD their new AMDAthlon 2 X2 CPUs perform really well.
sorry not posible theres only one slot on the motherboard for the chip.
apart from that theres a heat issue and power supply and .....
if you manage to do the upgarde there will be no space to allow proper cooling,
two chips will definately need cooling .
New body might be required to accomodate all the extra parts too, Cheers Misterdj
from your reference i could get the info that your pc is running with the mainboard similar to FIC - am37,and with that the below mentioned processors are supported.
AMD Athlon? XP 2600+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 8
AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 6
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 8
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 6
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
all the best..
Either your setting is not correct or your new AMD CPU is not a compatible type. One thing very easy to verify is if it is compatible, it will seat very firmly. You may need to check the model and serial number to be sure you get the correct CPU for your old board.