Question about Dell 2.8 GHz Second Processor for PowerEdge 830 Server Pentium 4 (DF904) Processor Upgrade

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System upgrade Hi, I have a dell laptop at 1.7GHz. I need a faster processor and more memory. Please advise. Thanks

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You would need to provide the laptop family, ie Inspiron, Latitude, Precision, and the model #, D600, M60 , etc

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