myxal wrote:Disclaimer: I have zero experience with upgrading CPUs in laptops.
myxal wrote:myxal wrote:Disclaimer: I have zero experience with upgrading CPUs in laptops.
Not anymore. Upgraded to T9300 (a part Fujitsu shipped this laptop with later in its life cycle), no frills. Open the case, remove old CPU, put in the new one, (re-)apply thermal paste, put everything back together and you're good to go.
myxal wrote:Likewise - I'm having no stability problems at all, and I was putting it under a lot of stress a few weeks ago (when it was really hot here), such as running boinc projects (100% CPU) at room temperature of 28°C with the lid closed (I'm using external monitor). Temperature sensors showed CPU die temperatures going into high 80's, fan blowing at full speed (I must add that I regularly check the heatsink for obstructing dust and clean it as necessary), the system kept running with no issues.
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