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maximum CPU speed for E7010 laptop?

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I have a Fujitsu Siemens E7010 laptop with a 1.7G pentium 4M, how would i find the maximum supported cpu speed of the E7010s laptop?

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Greetings,
Per Fujitsu.. at http://support.fujitsupc.com/CS/Portal/supportsearch.do#1

The system shipped with up to a 2.2 ghz M class cpu.  
HOWEVER -- Portable systems ( laptops ) do not normally tolerate upgrading CPU's.  Why?  Well... first and foremost is the heat issue.  The new cpu will most definately run hotter.  The limited space doesn't leave alot of room to play games with heat ratios.
It's a great way to ruin a perfectly functional notebook.

Also - The performance gain between a 1.7 and a 2.2 is pretty minimal for normal people and really wouldn't be worth your time to fiddle with in my opinion.
Just my two bits.. hope that its a helpful answer.
sandra

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