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CPU change Can you upgrade the cpu to a faster one than the 1.86 Celeron that comes in the Aspire 5315-2940, I know its not soldered in.

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You can upgrade to a T8300 CORE2DUO

check my info... i have upgraded 3 aspire 5315s

http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=251959

bigO has the info

BTW i am the infamous bigozone aka bigO

google "ASPIRE 5315 CPU UPGRADE"

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You might be able to get a faster Celeron to fit that socket however you have to make sure the heat sink will work and that it will not overheat the unit.

You might get away with 2 ghz but anything bigger than that might cause a problem.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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