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The problem with upgrading laptops is that because the parts are specially designed to take up less real estate inside the machine the parts then become more expensive, meaning sometimes it's a better option to just buy a new laptop instead of upgrading an existing one when the current hardware becomes insufficient.
One your ram is running at 333mhz , this will become a bottleneck for data traveling along the data bus lines , for instance if you purchased a processor to run at 2Ghz or 2000mhz , you only able to utilise 333mhz of speed when data is arriving and leaving RAM , so it becomes a un-viable option already to purchase an upgrade.
i was also searching for new processors which run on the SiSM760GX which the Acer Aspire 3000 runs on and it was difficult to find any processors , and if they where found they could be upwards of $500 to $1000 and for that money you're better off purchasing a new laptop and selling your current one on ebay to get some money for it.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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