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I couldn't find anything in > > the BIOS updates information about this ... > > It's not listed in the BIOS .txt file because it's an unsupported hack. > > x200t (7450-9RU) 2010-01 (CPU: Core2 Duo L9600 2.13GHz, RAM: 8GB, VRAM:?) Notes: Pen non-responsive like x61t but wireless (90/120mbps) is actually ok! Thank you.. 0 Kudos Reply Choi Punch Card Posts: 4 Registered: 01-03-2008 Location: Plainsboro, NJ Message 7 of 9 (2,535 Views) Re: CPU upgrade for A31p Options Mark as New Bookmark Air carries heat away too. have a peek here
Partridge Guest Thanks, that's pretty clear! The P4M will get warm quick - a fan is a good thing. Sure, replace it with a T41p, but you're going to miss that magnificent 15" UXGA display! Please do NOT send private messages since I won't be able to read them. http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=38504
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? T43pFS (2668-Q6U) 2006 (CPU:P4m-2.26GHz, RAM:2GB RAM, VRAM:128MB) Notes: - Works great, very much like A31p but faster (must be CPU, GPU/VRAM, SSD) only downside is lack of special side internet buttons. We've got several folks on the > thinpads.com forums that have performed he upgrade and are delighted with > the results. > > Regards, > > James > > > I also read a link on how to install the cpu.
Transitional computer so not sure about using 32-bit or 64-bit MX-15 with this, compare how it works under RC- 1... A31p (2653-R4U) 2003-06 (CPU: P4m-2.0GHz, RAM:2GB, VRAM:64MB) Notes: Works very well with either 160gb HDD or 16gb/128gb mSATA with Aleratec adapter! Looks like works OK with MX-15.b2 except for pen but without that not much point using it. Thinking that I could put up my own A31p as a testbench for this purpose The following Mobile Pentium 4 cpus uses Hyper Threading and have 533 fsb compared to the
If memory serves, the fan inlet is very near the GPU, so adding anything on top of the GPU might block the fan inlet. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. others will answer about the fan but my guess is you will use the same one.. couple of questions.
Note: this one uses non-Stock Hardware: SATA Modified Motherboard, uber- SLC SSD from Intel and Micron, Wireless Card (AR922X) with BIOS mod common to Thinkpad connoisseurs – will try stock model I've seen the following cpu's listed for a A31, but don't know if they will work in my A31P: 2.4 GHz: SL6K5 and SL6VC 2.5 GHz: SL6P2 and SL6WY 2.6 GHz: I've read some topics on this forum, but I'm still a bit lost with all the different models that are around and which ones are supported by my A31P. Homepage FAQ Search Feed Register Login Goodbye Lorita, wherever you've gone..
If you've found this forum useful, please consider donating a dollar or two It is currently Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:44 am Unanswered topics | Active topics Board index » Classic So performance isn't important, but I've only an 1.7 P4M in it now. It's not listed in the BIOS .txt file because it's an unsupported hack. And if it is installed will it get warm instantly (does the fan need to be installed to see if it works)?
Latest: John Connor, Mar 22, 2017 at 3:27 AM Security Inside the Russian hack of Yahoo: How they did it Latest: John Connor, Mar 22, 2017 at 3:26 AM Security AnandTech http://pghtix.com/cpu-upgrade/cpu-upgrade-hp-g6-2213nr.html The A30 uses PC133 SODIMMs, the A31 uses PC2100 > DDR-RAM. > > Plus, the 830MP chipset that the A30 is built on has an inherent limit of > 512MB per BenRaines posted Jan 15, 2017 Loading... What do you think? _________________T60p 2623-DDU/UXGA IPS/ATI V5200T60 2623-DCU/SXGA+ IPS/ATI X1400T43p 2668-H8U/UXGA IPS/ATI V3200R50p 1832-NU1/UXGA IPS/ATI FireGL T2X61t 7762-B6U dual touch IPS/64GB SSDX32 2673-BU6/32GB SSD755CDV 9545-GBK Transmissive Projection LCD Top Profile
Have you any special tips?George 0 Kudos Reply ajkula66 Guru Posts: 7,626 Kudos: 768 Solutions: 804 Registered: 11-23-2007 Location: USA Message 6 of 9 (2,542 Views) Re: CPU upgrade for A31p I'd settle for 2GiB of PC133's, but the slot limit seals it. David C. http://pghtix.com/cpu-upgrade/cpu-upgrade-checker.html SL726, SL77R and SL7NC.
Also, see if can figure out how LinuxLite 2.6 gets an NVidia-specific driver working and see if Debian/MX can do this too, test to see if getting full value out of X6x Tablet ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. Dave David C.
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Machine stabilises somewhat with the latest kernels from Debian Backports or the 4.6 Liquorix kernel, but still suffers hard lockups when viewing multimedia content, esp through facebook and Google Chrome, though AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > SFF, Notebooks, Pre-Built/Barebones PCs > Motherboard Forums Forums > Archives > Archives > IBM Thinkpad > t601pF (8890-A96*) 2007-05 (CPU: Core2 Duo T9300 2.5GHz, RAM: 8GB RAM, VRAM:256MB) Notes: Works great like A31p and T43p but much faster with Dual Core CPU, 4x RAM, 2x-4x VRAM, and this contact form X41 Tablet ThinkPad R, A, G and Z Series ThinkPad Legacy Hardware Thinkpad - General HARDWARE/SOFTWARE questions ThinkPad Utility Work Area Post-Classic Lenovo Hardware 3000 Series
I was wondering if I could upgrade the cpu to 2.4 mobile cpu one or maybe to the desktop cpu one. I realise that > it's probably possible to replace with a P4M 2.6, but is it possible > to replace it with a Pentium M (e.g. No, create an account now. It took me some time, as I had to exchange other parts, too.
Partridge Guest I'm considering replacing the processor in my A31p (currently an Pentium 4M 1.7GHz). Putting the machine to sleep and waking it again causes the lockups to increase dramatically, but a clean reboot sorts it all out. System: Host: Mikepav Kernel: 4.6-1.dmz.1-liquorix-amd64 x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 4.9.2) Desktop: Xfce 4.12.2 (Gtk 2.24.25) Distro: MX-15_x64 Fusion 06 January 2016 Machine: System: LENOVO Sign up now!