Core2Duo Upgrade Service Information

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Core2Duo Upgrade Service Information

Postby anh » Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:39

Hi everyone,

I open this thread for anyone who has any question about this service.
You can ask within this thread or PM me, either way is fine.
My email address is anhvnguyen74@yahoo.com
My phone # is 360-481-4793.
I will happy to answer within 1 day.

Anh

Here is some threads from me and other members about the result.
My first post
http://www.micropctalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4641
computercowboy and his modded UX490N
http://www.micropctalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4754
My post for modded UX280P and Mtron 32GB SSD
http://www.micropctalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4926
U7700 CPU on eBay with pin module which can be removed for mod in UX
http://www.micropctalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4925
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Postby lobo260 » Mon Dec 15, 2008 19:31

hello ahn .

i try using your e-mail address but i get i denial to use it.

how much does it cost for the upgrade (including processor),i live in switzerland but maybe in the future i would like to upgrade my ux-280 p.
my e-mail address is lobo260@hotmail.com.

thanks for your reply and regards

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Postby Sull86 » Tue Dec 16, 2008 00:40

Awesome! I sticky the thread so it's easy to find.

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Postby JMarCbtEng » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:27

Hello, I have a couple of questions. First, will shipping be insured? Second, although I understand this is a highly tricky swap mod, but is there any type of guarantee of you work (Not questioning your skill, only a little assurance would make me more likely to send my baby off to get this done.)? And finally, would you require the full UX, or just the mobo?

Oh, and by the way, this has to be the greatest thing since, well sliced bread. My hats off to you and this truly wonderful mod!

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Postby Matta » Wed Dec 17, 2008 12:30

Few theoretical questions:

1. I see that there is also Core2Duo U7600, but 1.33GHz speed. Are they obtainable also or not ?
2. Theoretically, would it be possible to install newer 45nm SU9300 or 9400 ? Are there any differences from U7600 except FSB speed (533MHz vs 800MHz) ?

Thanks in advance, anh ! :)
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Postby anh » Wed Dec 17, 2008 18:11

JMarCbtEng wrote:Hello, I have a couple of questions. First, will shipping be insured? Second, although I understand this is a highly tricky swap mod, but is there any type of guarantee of you work (Not questioning your skill, only a little assurance would make me more likely to send my baby off to get this done.)? And finally, would you require the full UX, or just the mobo?

Oh, and by the way, this has to be the greatest thing since, well sliced bread. My hats off to you and this truly wonderful mod!


Hello,

Return shipping will be insured actually because it's safety for you and me in case the package lost in transit.
I have 30 days warranty for the upgrade service. Please let me know if this would be enough time to Prime the system for stability.
You can either send in mobo only or whole UX (minus everything removable), but I prefer whole UX to make sure it works when arrive back to you.

Thank you for questions,
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Postby anh » Wed Dec 17, 2008 18:17

Matta wrote:Few theoretical questions:

1. I see that there is also Core2Duo U7600, but 1.33GHz speed. Are they obtainable also or not ?

The information on Intel Processor Spec Finder somehow is wrong with that. It's defintely U7600 is 1.2GHz and U7700 is 1.33GHz

2. Theoretically, would it be possible to install newer 45nm SU9300 or 9400 ? Are there any differences from U7600 except FSB speed (533MHz vs 800MHz) ?

Thanks in advance, anh ! :)

The difference in FSB means difference in chipset.
Newer CPU SU9xxx requires northbridge to support 800MHz FSB like G45 chipset, but UX has 945GMS chipset which supports max at 533/667MHz FSB.
So SU9300 or SU9400 won't work except they can run at lower FSB.
I just compare two CPUs between SU and U, although they have identical package and pins outline, but their pins signal assignment is totally different, so even if SU could run slower FSB, it wouldn't work in UX or any other system runs on old Core 2.

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Postby AVService » Wed Dec 17, 2008 20:40

How Much Does It Cost????????

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Postby anh » Wed Dec 17, 2008 22:36

AVService wrote:How Much Does It Cost????????

Thanks
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$200 for Service only.
I also offer 1 year warranty.

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Postby JMarCbtEng » Thu Dec 18, 2008 09:16

Thanks for the answers! Just one more question, or at least until I think of any others... Is it up to us to acquire the New CPUs ourselves, or will we need to buy the CPUs through you?


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