Question about Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook
Hi, can I simply pull out the existing CPU and replace it with the faster P3 1ghz processor which some 4600's came with (just that the serial number for the motherboard is different). The only difference in the specs is that the voltage is slightly different 1.6V (700mhz) and 1.7V (1ghz). Thanx!
No you can't pull out as the CPU is surface mounted soldered on the mainboard, only manufacturer or approved repairer can take it out and put the new CPU with only the correct voltage specs.
don't try yourself otherwise you will damage the entire laptop.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
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