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Upgrading a laptop


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Ponderboy

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I need help on upgrading my laptop and the sizes of the new parts.

I have an Acer Aspire laptop with Vista
specs> Intel Core Duo CPU 2GHz
2GB RAM
Mobile Intel 945PM crapiola graphics card

and i want to upgrade my processor to an Intel Core 2 Extreme
http://www.intel.com...cifications.htm

I want to upgrade my laptop to run Oblivion-level games.

Could somebody please tell me if this is even possible and if it will fit in my laptop.
Thanks.
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Neil Jones

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Not going to happen, laptops aren't all that upgradable anyway.
The processor may be possible but the graphics certainly will not be upgradable.
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What the man above said, graka won't be upgradeable and even the cost of upgrading to a better cpu is not worth it. All in all better to buy a new portable to begin with. Theres alot that comes in to play when upgrading a laptop and the most available upgrades for them is ram and HDD's. The rest is kind of 'off the list'.
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