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Way to hot for a laptop plus wrong motherboard you have a AMD Phenom II triple-core processor check out HP site to see the fastest processor you can upgrade to buy it from someone else. Over size past what HP says you will have a bottleneck somewhere so basically a waste of extra power. More information is available on… see more Way to hot for a laptop plus wrong motherboard you have a AMD Phenom II triple-core processor check out HP site to see the fastest processor you can upgrade to buy it from someone else. Over size past what HP says you will have a bottleneck somewhere so basically a waste of extra power. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/intel/ see less
By Amazon Customer on June 6, 2016
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Hi Edgardo. The i7 3770K is a desktop processor that uses the LGA 1155 socket. As such, it will not fit in your laptop, but you could look for a hotter processor that will fit the socket P that is in your laptop. My research says the fastest processor you could be is the Core2Duo Mobile P9700.
By Jeffrey Mazzoni on February 21, 2014
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First and foremost, please use full sentences when asking questions. It helps people understand exactly what you are trying to figure out.
Now for what I believe is your question. The best air cooler for overclocking is the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus. It will keep the CPU temperature at about 42 Degrees when overcloc… see more
First and foremost, please use full sentences when asking questions. It helps people understand exactly what you are trying to figure out.
Now for what I believe is your question. The best air cooler for overclocking is the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus. It will keep the CPU temperature at about 42 Degrees when overclocking between 4.2-4.5Ghz, but you will need to measure the internal width of the computer case from the motherboard to the opposite side of the case. Here, you need at least 159mm(6.26inches) of space for it to fit. The best liquid cooler is the Corsair H100 Extreme Performance. I have the Hyper 212 Plus in my case because it fit, cost 1/3 the price and keeps it at about the same temp as the H100. As I said earlier, the internal dimensions of the case will determine what you can actually implement.
If you're still unsure, try googling reviews for both. This should also bring up reviews and some comparisons for you to look at. Overclocking.net is a great resource full of helpful people and info. see less

By Jared Murch on March 20, 2014
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I assume your asking if it's compaitable with your motherboard. I suggest using pcpartpicker.con, it will tell you if it's incompaitable when you add it to your list.
By Zach on August 27, 2014
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They don't have any specs.on the box. I would go to intel website for that information.
By Buck0987 on September 26, 2014
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Easily 4.5Ghz; but remember the higher you overclock, the shorter the lifespan of the processor. I keep mine set to 4.2Ghz. It's a happy medium for me, giving a nice boost over the base, but not so much to require replacing in the next 3 years. You also need to consider your MB & RAM. The MB & CPU directly relates to t… see more Easily 4.5Ghz; but remember the higher you overclock, the shorter the lifespan of the processor. I keep mine set to 4.2Ghz. It's a happy medium for me, giving a nice boost over the base, but not so much to require replacing in the next 3 years. You also need to consider your MB & RAM. The MB & CPU directly relates to the RAM speed options you have. The RAM you use directly reflects the most you can overclock. (i.e. 1866Mhz ram chips won't give you much to overclock with, but 2400Mhz would give quite a bit.) see less
By Jared Murch on February 20, 2014
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I am not a CPU guru, but I did some research on your situation and found something that may explain what is causing the confusion and also how to straighten it out. You were apparently first running your system using the G2020, a Dual Core chip. You then changed it out for your new i7-3770K. Go to this site "http://… see more I am not a CPU guru, but I did some research on your situation and found something that may explain what is causing the confusion and also how to straighten it out. You were apparently first running your system using the G2020, a Dual Core chip. You then changed it out for your new i7-3770K. Go to this site "http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/283437-28-cores-quad-core-functioning" and read through the entire page, as it sounds like what you have going on, and how you can fix it. Good luck with it! see less
By Bob Wilson on September 24, 2013