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Hi,

I have an old asus K50IN-SX154V laptop.
I've freshly re-installed it with SSD as replacement from old 5400rpm HDD, but it is still slow
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Currently on computer there are pentium T4300, nvidia G103M, 4GB RAM (DDR2 2x2Go 800MHz), this is still a bit slow.

I'm wondering if replacing cpu/gpu with 2nd hand ones would worth it.

Thanks.
 

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GPU replacement is impossible due to it being soldered to the motherboard.

Processor is in a PGA478MN socket, you might possibly be able to upgrade the CPU with a T4400 or T4500, but it's going to be a very minor upgrade. Not sure if your BIOS will support it, but ASUS did have a K60N that I think used the same board so it might work.

My honest recommendation is to sell or recycle the current machine and pick up a newer generation used laptop if funds are tight.

Greg
 
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