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Cyphonik

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According to the program AIDA32 I have a Wistron 3612 motherboard with intel T3400 dual core processor. My question is I want to upgrade my processor but not sure exactly on the specs of my motherboard to find out how much FSB my motherboard can handle. i'm not able to find my specs online at all and that is why i'm here hoping that geekstogo will be able to find something and point me into the right direction. At least possibly give me the upgrade to the T3400 that I currently have that will make my computer run faster and smoother. Thank you so much for your time and I hope to hear something in the near future.
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Winston 3612 = laptop board and T3400 = 2.16Ghz Core 2 Duo Mobile processor.

Do you have a HP G60 or a HP G60 something or other laptop by any chance? This board seems prevalent in this particular HP laptop.
Unfortunately there are no details about processor upgrades for this laptop and if truth be told, HP don't really want you to do it anyway. I dare say there isn't much of an upgrade path.
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Compaq presario CQ60-220US
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Same thing.
Realistically no upgrade route available. A processor swap these days makes very little difference especially in a laptop and the boards are unique in laptops so you can't do that either.
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