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justenhansen

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I have a Pentium dual core 2310 processor for a laptop and want to upgrade it. Wikipedia says that it fits a socket P. Can anybody vouch for that? I can't find verify that anywhere else on the internet.
If it is in fact socket P, does that mean I can put any socket P processor in there?
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Socket P boards only take certain flavours of Core 2 Duo processors and the Celeron M.
A lot depends on the BIOS of the laptop as to what it can see, though typically it should be able to see anything you feed it.
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Thanks for responding! Is there a way I can find out which ones will work for sure? It's the Presario C700.
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