What kind of processor socket is on an IBM R50e Laptop?

Answer i may be wrong but.... most laptop processors are soldered onto the mobo and therefore cannot be changed without changing the whole board which is probably why laptop mobo's are much more expensive... Read More »

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BT infinity requires a 2000GHz processor, my laptop only has a 1.73 GHz processor?

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