Would an i7-2620M be fine just to put in or would I need to change the fan? My Lifebooks current CPU (i3-2310M) is only listed on the standard data sheet so I assume the i7 would fit as it’s listed on the same data sheet.
. The other pair is labelled8192 MB DDR3-1600 Kingston 99U5428-018.A00LF
. And I tested a third brand in the 531 which was labelledHynix 8GB Rx8 PC3L - 12800S - 11 - 13 - F3
.8GB DDR3 2Rx8 12800S 1600MHz Samsung
.Max. resolution external display 1920 x 1200 pixel
daroca wrote:Did you replace the HDD with an SSD? I am not quite sure what slows down the USB, though. The i7-2640m should give it another push, although not as much as the RAM upgrade.]
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