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i have a Toshiba Satellite Pro 440CDT laptop
with an intel cpu with 133mhz with mmx technology.
can i overclock it over the 133mhz or even
can i install a cpu that i have taken
out of a socket 7 desktop computer
which also has mmx technoloy
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well i think it may be time to get a new computer but about the switching proccesor thing desctop computers usualy there proccesors run hotter then a laptop proccesor so the chip might overheat in the laptop or not function at all cause its not getting enoughff vcore
 

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Originally Posted by moreon2
i have a Toshiba Satellite Pro 440CDT laptop
with an intel cpu with 133mhz with mmx technology.
can i overclock it over the 133mhz or even
can i install a cpu that i have taken
out of a socket 7 desktop computer
which also has mmx technoloy
reply back at my e-mail ([email protected]) or on this thread!
Well sorry to bust you bubble but ocing a laptop is not practicle because 99% of them can't be oced and it is not the cpu that deterines wheather or not oc is possible but it is the mobo that is the factor and few if any mobos in a laptop have that option.
 

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Originally Posted by moreon2
i have a Toshiba Satellite Pro 440CDT laptop
with an intel cpu with 133mhz with mmx technology.
can i overclock it over the 133mhz or even
can i install a cpu that i have taken
out of a socket 7 desktop computer
which also has mmx technoloy
reply back at my e-mail ([email protected]) or on this thread!
no that CPU WONT fit into a socket 7 cpu! (they die is placed on a specialised laptop card/cpu socket). you CAN oc it but this involves replacing the 14MHz quartz timing crystal on the board with 1 that is 1 Mhz higher for each 4.7 Mhz u want your fsb to go up you then have to solder add a resistor in parallel to the voltage supplier to the cpu to increase the voltage and you may have to do something similar to the external power brick (increase the watts it supplies using a similar method to that used to increace the voltage to the CPu).. unless u r v good wit electronics/soldering dont even bither doing ne of this. i did this to a laptop it worked for a while until i really really stressed it then the processor blew up as did the power supply!
 
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