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Originally Posted by victorzamora View Post

I'd be REALLY surprised if swapping out CPU's on a laptop is like swapping it out on a desktop.
Edit: I mean, I think soldering is involved.

I'm pretty sure mobile Sandy's use a LGA socket so it should be plug and play on the CPU swap side. Not sure if the BIOS will like it.
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Originally Posted by victorzamora View Post

I'd be REALLY surprised if swapping out CPU's on a laptop is like swapping it out on a desktop.
Edit: I mean, I think soldering is involved.

They are usually soldered on most laptops but the very high end ones will let you upgrade the CPU or even the GPU.
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Yeah, I just didn't see a $600 laptop (the K53) as a "high end" laptop.
 
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I upgraded my Asus. It was a $2,000 gaming laptop. I upgraded from a 2.0 Ghz C2D to a 3.2 C2D obviously there mobile. Also went from 4 Gb to 8 Gb DDR2. It was nice until my brother dropped it and shattered the screen. I just sold it to my friend for 1,000
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post #15 of 20
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Quote:
Originally Posted by victorzamora View Post

I'd be REALLY surprised if swapping out CPU's on a laptop is like swapping it out on a desktop.
Edit: I mean, I think soldering is involved.

Well i know for a fact that it is PHYSICALLY possible to do this...My issue is nervousness about overheating,and if this mobo will handle the quad as opposed to dual cores.Many people have swapped out these chips though,i know that for a fact,MY question pertains to what to put back in it....No soldering here...

Buddies have given me two 2006 dells,and bought a couple of cheap used chips on ebay and it as as easy if not easier than swapping a desktop cpu....


@victorzamora
And not to sound funny, My asus has 8gb ddr1333,with an OCZ 120gb ssd,matched with a sandy bridge I5..Close to having an x4 laptop,but when i put in the I7 2670qm quad @ max turbo 3.1(8 threads), I would then consider this "High end" smile.gif

I hate to be that guy....the sandybridge braggart type,but untill youve ran one of these i7's(or an oc'd i5),mobile OR desktop,you aint seen nothing....
Edited by dovedescent7 - 1/24/12 at 8:25am
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Solved! I Successfully Upgrade I5 to I7 in my laptop! It was pretty much just a swap.I think i might have some bios issues though,not sure yet... i posted this ober at notebook forum but they barely reply over there,so i will post it here,besides,this place rocks and im new over there...


Heres my post

Ok i went ahead and installed the I7 2670qm where the i5 used to be. The Laptop recognized,booted and installed software right away! Its Really Fast! And The heat isnt too bad at all!!!
I am having some minor issues though.The main thing,is when i reran the windows 7 performance assessment the processor speed rating actually lowered! From like 6.9 to 6.1 and i hear from others, this cpu makes people get a 7.7 or 7.6 Btw i have a vertex 3 ssd and 8gb ram installed.

I just updated to the newest bios,but i am wondering if i need a bios update for a quad core as opposed to the bios i currently have for the dual core i5..

In task manager its showing 8 threads though...

Any advise? Should i look for a similar bios but for a Quad core Sandybridge?

The last thing i wanted to ask was,about a benchmark tool.The reason i want one is because i got this new cpu off ebay and spent quite a bit and i want to make sure this has all the oem functionalities it SHOULD have,because im afraid its like an engineering sample or something...Just want to make sure it isnt.

By the way,i broke a key off the keyboard during the teardown,can someone recommend a place to get an inexpensive replacement keyboard for this? Help!
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I suppose you could get CPU-ID to check if it's running at the expected speeds. For benchmarking, SiSoftware SANDRA is a comprehensive benching and reporting program (you basically get to know everything there is to know about your computer's internals).
OCCT I guess, but that's mostly for checking OC stability...

I can't really help on the bios

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Ok well i took your suggestions.

Being a noob i could really use someone with experience to tell me if this looks

A. like an OEM I7-2670qm (because i bought it on ebay and am not sure)

B. If these Benchmarks look correct for this processor...


Here is the link for the OEM specs for the New I7-2670qm i just installed
http://ark.intel.com/products/53469/Intel-Core-i7-2670QM-Processor-(6M-Cache-2_20-GHz)

Here is the link to the laptop i just put the I7-2670qm into, which originally had an I5-2410m in it
http://reviews.cnet.com/laptops/asus-k53e-b1/4507-3121_7-34533169.html?tag=mncol;subnav

C. If anyone maybe can point me what to do next and also tell me if you see that this chip is doing all the stuff an OEM version is supposed to (i want to make sure its not an engineering sample)


I will be posting my cpu-z report and the benchmark from SiSoftware Sandra

Here is the link to my Cpuz while running prime95
http://www.filedropper.com/jacoblaptop

Please ,if you cannot help,could someone point me to someone who understands all of this stuff?

Finally here is the benchmark...

SiSoftware Sandra

Processor
Manufacturer : Intel
Model : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz
URL : http://www.intel.com
Speed : 3GHz
Peak Processing Performance (PPP) : 49.49GFLOPS
Adjusted Peak Performance (APP) : 14.85WG
Cores per Processor : 4 Unit(s)
Threads per Core : 2 Unit(s)
Type : Mobile, Quad-Core
Bus : Intel CSI (Quick Path)
Package : FC PGA988
Maximum Speed : 2.2GHz / 100MHz
Multiplier : 31x
Minimum/Maximum/Turbo Multiplier : 8x - 22x - 31x
Generation : G8 / T21
Name : SNB (Sandy Bridge) Core i5/i7 4C 32nm 2.66-3GHz+
Revision/Stepping : 0 : 2A / 7
Stepping Mask : D2
Microcode : MU062A0723
Core Voltage Rating : 1.206V
Min/Max Core Voltage : N/A - 1.206V - 1.206V
Min/Max Core Current : N/A - 97.500A
Maximum Power : 45.000W - 56.250W
Maximum Physical / Virtual Addressing : 36-bit / 48-bit
Native Page Size : 4kB
Large Page Size : 2MB
Part Number : To Be Filled By O.E.M.
Asset Tag : To Be Filled By O.E.M.
Serial Number : To Be Filled By O.E.M.

Co-Processor (FPU)
Speed : 3GHz
Type : Integrated
Revision/Stepping : 0 : 2A / 7

Memory Controller
Integrated in Processor : Yes
Speed : 3.1GHz
Multiplier : 31x

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Size : 32kB, Synchronous, Write-Thru, 8-way, 64 byte line size, 2 threads sharing
TLB - Translation Lookaside Buffer : 4kB : 64 4-way; 2MB : 32 4-way

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Size : 32kB, Synchronous, Write-Back, 8-way, 64 byte line size, 2 threads sharing
TLB - Translation Lookaside Buffer : 4kB : 64 4-way

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Size : 256kB, ECC, Synchronous, ATC, 8-way, 64 byte line size, 2 threads sharing
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Size : 6MB, ECC, Synchronous, ATC, 12-way, Exclusive, 64 byte line size, 16 threads sharing
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Socket/Slot : CPU 1
Supported Speed(s) : 4GHz

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800MHz 8x : 14.516W

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Name : High performance
Processor Throttling Support : No
Throttle Range : 100% - 100%

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Version : 42.07
Mainboard Specific Support : No

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CPU 1 DC Line : 1.211V

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VME - Virtual Mode Extensions : Yes
DE - Debugging Extension : Yes
PSE - Page Size Extension : Yes
TSC - Time Stamp Counter : Yes
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MCE - Machine Check Exception : Yes
CX8 - Compare and Exchange 8-bytes Instruction : Yes
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PGE - Page Global Enable : Yes
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PAT - Page Attribute Table : Yes
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DS - Debug Trace and EMON Store : Yes
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(W)MMX Technology : Yes
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SSE Technology : Yes
SSE2 Technology : Yes
SS - Self Snoop : Yes
HTT - Hyper-Threading Technology : Yes
TM - Thermal Monitor : Yes
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SSE3 Technology : Yes
PCLMULQDQ - Carryless Multiplication : Yes
MON - Monitor/MWait : Yes
DSCPL - CPL qualified Debug Store : Yes
VMX - Virtual Machine eXtensions : Yes
SMX - Trust Execution Technology : No
EIST - Enhanced SpeedStep Technology : Yes
TM2 - Thermal Monitor 2 : Yes
Supplemental SSE3 Technology : Yes
CID - Context ID : No
FMA3 - Fused Multiply/Add eXtensions : No
CX16 - Compare and Exchange 16-bytes Instruction : Yes
xTPR - Send Task Priority Messages : Yes
PDCM - PerfMon and Debug : Yes
DCA - Direct Cache Access : No
SSE4.1 Technology : Yes
SSE4.2 Technology : Yes
x2APIC - v2 APIC Mode : Yes
MOVBE - Byte-swap Load/Store : No
POPCNT - Pop Count : Yes
AES - Cryptography Support : No
XSAVE - eXtended State Management : Yes
OSXSAVE - OS Enabled eXtended States : Yes
AVX - Advanced Vector eXtensions : Yes
F16C - Half Precision Float Conversion : No
RNG - Random Number Generator : No
GIH - Guest in Hypervisor : No
DAZ - Denormals Are Zero : Yes
FSGSBASE - Base Segment Manipulation : No
BMI1 - Bit Manipulation Support : No
AVX2 - Advanced Vector eXtensions V2 Support : No
BMI2 - Bit Manipulation V2 Support : No
ERMS - ERMS : No
INVCPID - Context ID Management : No

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3DNow! Technology : No
Extended 3DNow! Technology : No
XD/NX - No-execute Page Protection : Yes
AMD64/EM64T Technology : Yes
RDTSCP - Serialised TSC : Yes
P1GB - 1GB Large Page Support : No
SVM - Secure Virtual Machine : No
AltMovCr8 - Lock Move CRn : No
ABM - Advanced Bit Manipulation : No
SSE4A Technology : No
MASSE - Misaligned SSE Mode : No
3D Now! Prefetch Technology : No
XOP - eXtended OPerations : No
LWP - LightWeight Profiling Support : No
FMA4 - 4 Operand Fused Multiply/Add eXtensions : No
TCE - Translation Cache eXtension : No
NID - Multi-Node Support : No
TBM - Trailing Bit Manipulation : No
TOP - eXtended Topology : No
PCXC - Core Performance Counter eXtensions : Yes
PNXC - NB Performance Counter eXtensions : No

Power Management Features
DTSC - Digital Thermal Sensor Capability : Yes
IDA - Dynamic Acceleration Technology : Yes
EEPOL - Energy Efficient Policy : No
HCFC - Hardware Coordination Feedback/Effective Frequency : Yes

Power Management Features
TDP - TDP Limiting Support : No
CPB - Core Performance Boost : No
TSCINV - TSC Invariant Across States : Yes
HWPS - Hardware P-State Control : No
1/2 - Half Multiplier Support : No
STC - Software Thermal Control : No
TM - Thermal Monitor : No
TTP - Thermal Trip : No
VID - Voltage Control : No
FID - Frequency Control : No
TS - Thermal Sensor Integrated : No

Virtual Machine Features
Version : 0.16
Address Width Limited to 32-bit : No
Dual-Monitor Interrupts/System Management Mode : Yes
Report Information on VMExit : Yes
Ex Capability MSR Supported : Yes

Advanced Settings
Fast Strings : Yes
PM - Performance Monitoring Support : Yes
PEBS - Precise Event Based Sampling Support : Yes
IDA - Dynamic Acceleration Technology : Yes
Turbo Multiplier (CoreX) : 31x / 30x / 28x / 28x
TM2 - Thermal Monitor 2 : Yes
EIST - Enhanced SpeedStep Technology : Yes
Average Clock Speed : 118.18%
Package C3 Residency : 5.30%
Package C6 Residency : 26.68%
Package C7 Residency : 29.21%
Core C3 Residency : 12.10%
Core C6 Residency : 38.26%

Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) Settings
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Global APIC Engaged : Yes
x2APIC - v2 APIC Mode : No
APIC ID : 1 : P0C0T1
Memory Range : 00000000FEE00000

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MTRR 9 Range 7 : 000F7000-000F7FFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 0 : 000F8000-000F8FFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 1 : 000F9000-000F9FFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 2 : 000FA000-000FAFFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 3 : 000FB000-000FBFFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 4 : 000FC000-000FCFFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 5 : 000FD000-000FDFFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 6 : 000FE000-000FEFFF WP
MTRR 10 Range 7 : 000FF000-000FFFFF WP

PAT Settings
PAT 0 : WB
PAT 1 : WC
PAT 2 : UC-
PAT 3 : UC
PAT 4 : WB
PAT 5 : WC
PAT 6 : UC-
PAT 7 : UC

Performance Enhancing Tips
Warning 242 : Dynamic OverClocking/Turbo engaged. Performance will not be consistent!
Tip 210 : Mainboard supports faster CPUs, so the CPU can be upgraded when needed.
Notice 224 : SMBIOS/DMI information may be inaccurate.
Warning 236 : Vcore higher than rated maximum. Check Vcore setting!
Tip 2 : Double-click tip or press Enter while a tip is selected for more information about the tip.
Edited by dovedescent7 - 1/26/12 at 9:04pm
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I am sorry about this,but BUMP!
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180GB SATA III Corsair Force Series GS ,750 6GB... LG LITESCRIBE BD-RW Coolermaster Hyper 212+ Win 7 x64 
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Hello friends you can try the new version of TTP-2410M Pro TSC also.
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