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On the dell website and in the e1501 model laptop, i see a new processor model called AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core Mobile Technology TK-53

when did this ever come out??? is it supposed to be a low end like the pentium dual core or is this the new 65nm brisbane based processor???

this is suprisingly new for me??? any thoughts? thnx!

http://configure.us.dell.com/dellsto...e=ss&c=US&l=EN
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think that's old CPU, out in 2005 i think
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This AMD processor-based nuclear Xuan Long structure (Turion64 × 2), using 65nm Node Technology, To show off the high-end and maintain long gap, therefore, entitled Mobile Athlon64 × 2, The official Chinese name of the Mobile AMD Dual-Core Processor Sulong 64. TK-53

TK-53 in a megabyte of 1.6 GHz, 2 cache to 512K (256K x 2) Power to 31%, that would be targeted at the low end of Intel sharp Cool Rui T2060/T2080 processors, Cool Rui and T5200 two-generation, and so on, mainly with low-end market.
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oh low end ....i guess
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I have one with a 1.8Ghz Sempron in it, but the 1501 Supports up to a Turion 64 x2 TL-60 (2Ghz). which is as far as that model can go. What I am trying to figure out is, whether it's a simple chip swap or do I have to swap motherboards. I've already got the latest BIOS from Dell, just hoping all I need to do is swap them out. Anyone know for sure?
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