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¿El procesador Intel Pentium Gold G5420, puede ser utilizado en notebook ?

dcord4
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Quiero comprarme una notebook proveniente de china, y me llama la atención ya que la misma posee este procesador, y en la pagina oficial de intel figura como un procesador de escritorio. gracias.

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AlHill
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You will have to ask the notebook manufacturer which processors are supported by their bios.

 

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dcord4
Beginner
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ok, but my question is : This processor ( Intel pentium Gold g5420), can be used in a notebook or only in a desktop computer ? No matter the bios. thank you

AlHill
Super User
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The processor must be socket, chipset, and BIOS compatible to be used. And, if your current processor uses a bga socket, forget about it, as it is soldered to the motherboard.

 

Your first step is to ask the notebook manufacturer what processors are supported BY THEIR BIOS. Then, if your existing processor is not soldered to the motherboard, you can select a processor as allowed by the notebook manufacturer.

 

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dcord4
Beginner
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So let me see if i understood. You can put in your notebook any proccesor (corroborating the compatibility with bios, socket and chipset) no matter if this proccesor was made for desktop computer. Am I Right ?

 

AlHill
Super User
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If the notebook socket, chipset, and bios supports the processor, yes.

 

Now, there may be cooling concerns.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005682/processors.html

 

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dcord4
Beginner
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Realy Thank you !!. Best regards !

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