Question about HP Pavilion zv5000 Notebook
Upgrading a processor for laptops isn't recommended unless you know exactly what you're doing. First off all, a higher powered processor will heat up more. Your laptop design may not support excess heat dissipation and your computer will go into thermal shutdown. Also, a newer processor will not fit into your current processor slot. You'll need to change your entire motherboard. And for a laptop, changing the mother board is a serious waste of money. Its easier and cheaper for you to buy new one.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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