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현재 버전 게시자: Tim ,

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It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs.
 
* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard. There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.
* Processor cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it is soldered to the motherboard.
* The SATA controller is a SATA I controller. Since the controller is soldered to the motherboard, it cannot be changed without changing the motherboard. However, replacing the old and slow 5400 rpm 40 GB hard drive with a SSD even on SATA I should be a great benefit in performance.
 
Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.
So
So replacing the motherboard is not an''not ''an option.
Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.
So
So replacing the motherboard is not an''not ''an option.
 
So 2 more GB of RAM and a SSD is the best we can do on this laptop.

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편집 작업: Tim ,

본문:

It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs.
 
* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard. There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.
 
* Processor cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it is soldered to the motherboard.
 
* The SATA controller is a SATA I controller. Since the controller is soldered to the motherboard, it cannot be changed without changing the motherboard. However, replacing the old and slow 5400 rpm 40 GB hard drive with a SSD even on SATA I should be a great benefit in performance.
 
Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.
 
So replacing the motherboard is not an option.
 
So 2 more GB of RAM and a SSD is the best we can do on this laptop.

현황:

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편집 작업: Tim ,

본문:

It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs.
 
* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard.

There
There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.
* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard.

There
There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.
 
* Processor cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it is soldered to the motherboard.
 
* The SATA controller is a SATA I controller. Since the controller is soldered to the motherboard, it cannot be changed without changing the motherboard. However, replacing the old and slow 5400 rpm 40 GB hard drive with a SSD even on SATA I should be a great benefit in performance.
 
Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.
 
So replacing the motherboard is not an option.
 
So 2 more GB of RAM and a SSD is the best we can do on this laptop.

현황:

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편집 작업: Tim ,

본문:

It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs"SSDs.
It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs"SSDs.
 
* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard.
 
There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.
 
* Processor cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it is soldered to the motherboard.
 
* The SATA controller is a SATA I controller. Since the controller is soldered to the motherboard, it cannot be changed without changing the motherboard. However, replacing the old and slow 5400 rpm 40 GB hard drive with a SSD even on SATA I should be a great benefit in performance.
 
Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.
 
So replacing the motherboard is not an option.
 
So 2 more GB of RAM and a SSD is the best we can do on this laptop.

현황:

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원문 게시자: Tim ,

본문:

It turns out that it is possible to upgrade the x60, but not to make it support 64-bits processors, 8 GB of RAM nor SATA III SSDs".

* Indeed, RAM can be added up to 3 GB, the maximum supported by the x60's chipset. Chipset cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it constitutes the essential part of the motherboard.

There are two slots for SO-DIMM (200-pin) DDR2 SDRAM. Buying two 2 GB of such RAM will be supported by the hardware. However, the chipset will only use 3 GB.

* Processor cannot be changed without changing the motherboard, since it is soldered to the motherboard.

* The SATA  controller is a SATA I controller. Since the controller is soldered to the motherboard, it cannot be changed without changing the motherboard. However, replacing the old and slow 5400 rpm 40 GB hard drive with a SSD even on SATA I should be a great benefit in performance.

Unfortunately, as @pccheese says, ''it is very unlikely that any other motherboard would fit in that laptop. To many design factors, which all change through the years such as position of screw wholes, CPU not going in correct spot in relation to cooler, RAM door out of alignment, and many other important factors too''.

So replacing the motherboard is not an option.

So 2 more GB of RAM and a SSD is the best we can do on this laptop.

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