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Upgrade question I just want to know if I can upgrade my proccessor and video card to next gen standards, I`m having trouble finding what will be compatible and if they will fit or not

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Ask an IT specialist or go to a site with compatable hardware you can buy.
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Upgrade proccessor


Dear Justin,

The Latitude E5410 service manual shows that the following processors can be used: Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 series, as well as Intel Celeron and it is also shown in the manual that the processor can be removed (it is not soldered directly to the motherboard) . And a review of this laptop by "Notebook Review" indicates that "The Latitude E5410 offers a wide range of processor options, spanning from the Core i3 370M to the Core i7 620M."

Although I do not know which processor you presently have in your laptop, I would say that it can be upgradeable from a Core i3, or Core i5 to a Core i7 620M processor.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Miguel L. Martins

Nov 02, 2013 | Dell Latitude E5410 Laptop Computer PC...

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I have psp slim (PSP 2000) with 5.03 GEN C (Full), i cant play with the new downloaded games,,,...what's the latest cfw i can upgrade my psp, so i can play the new games i have,,,<>?? thank...


Hey there.
Before updating to 5.50 Gen-D3 (which is a higher version than yours), try knowing your PSP MoBo first. Why? Because, you may brick your PSP with the upgrade. Use PSPident to do that. Here's a link for that (MONSTER here!!!). Don't mind the monster, I just thought it's kinda nice doin' that. LOL
Now, do that PSPident in your PSP. If your MoBo appear to be TA088v3, DO NOT (never ever) upgrade to 5.50 Gen-D3 or you will have your PSP dead... If your MoBo is LOWER than TA088v3 (like, say, TA085v1 or v2) then go on with the 5.50 Gen-D3.
If upgrading doesn't solve your problem with playing homebrew, you may have downloaded a corrupted ISO or CSO file... Find a new torrent for that game again...
Happy playing...

Jun 07, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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What hardware is compatible on this board. video card,ram,and it is possible to upgrade my proccessor pentium d 925 here?


as long as the board has a pci or pcie vidoe card look at the board manual for cpu maxz and mem or got to web site of motherboard ok jim

Apr 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I just want to know if I can upgrade the processoer and if so to what GHz? Can the motherboard support a PCIe 2.0 video card? emachine ET1831-01


First, yes, you can upgrade to a dual core pentium 2.93 GHZ..model E6500
as for video, yes, you can use a 2.0 pci-e video card as long as it is a 1x or a 16x standard. Those are the only standards supported by your computer, so if it is a pci-e 4x then it won't work, at least not for long...incompatible bus architecture.
I hope this helps !

Jan 04, 2011 | eMachines ET183101 (PTNB602001) PC Desktop

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Last month you answered a question about an XPS Gen 4's power supply


as it goes yes you can upgrade, just find out the manufacturer of the motherboard, and the model number you will be able to find out what graphics card it supports, if its a new pc, then no doubt it will have a PCI Express slot and i know they can take good graphics cards

kind regards

Dec 04, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Which should I upgrade?


Upgrade the RAM much easier to do than the CPU.

CPU requires you to find a processor that will work for your laptop motherboard then you gotta open it up and remove the CPU.... TOO MUCH WORK! unless you're very comfortable in doing this.

I would recommend go to 512MB to 1G of instead 256MB.

Aug 20, 2008 | HP Pavilion ZV5000, ZV6000, ZX5000 Series...

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Dell Latitude C600


Yes, No problems as I put a 100GB drive in the LS model micro Latitude!

Aug 06, 2008 | Dell Latitude Cp, Cpi, Cpx, C600, C800,...

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