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cchilton

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Hi all,

I have a Packard Bell iMedia S2984 Intel Celeron N305 1.6ghz and I'm finding the processing speed too slow, even basic web pages. Can anyone recommend a good replacement processor that can handle basic photoshop, web browsing and word processing?

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don't think it's possible for you to upgrade the cpu because i think it is soldered onto the motherboard.
 
specs of your cpu :- http://ark.intel.com...-up-to-2_16-GHz
 
notice where it says "Sockets Supported  FCBGA1170"
from my understanding the BGA part means ball grid array which is a soldered socket so you can't easily remove and replace the cpu like you can with other socket types like say a desktop socket lga 1151.
 
video showing a bga socket cpu replacement :- http://www.intel.com...work-video.html
 
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Edited by terry1966, 24 February 2017 - 06:00 PM.

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