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ajkula66
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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

On that platform, my choice would be either a PM 735 (1.7 GHZ) or PM 745 (1.8GHZ) - both of these are Dothan-Core CPUs and will run cooler under stress than your current PM 1.5

 

PM 735 = Intel SL7EP

 

PM 745 = Intel SL7EN

 

Happy shopping.

Cheers,

George




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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

The SL7EN it is. 

Thanx again for the advice. My old T40 will run like a champ.

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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

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I have my new motherboard "in transit" and will be here in a couple days, I ordered the new SL7EN processor, a new "long" fan, I already added the bluetooth daughter card, and a new wireless G Wi-Fi card. 

1) Is there anything else i should upgrade while I have it torn apart?

2) is there a diagram to show me exactly where to apply the heat sink paste? or can I get an idiot-proof description where to put it?

 

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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade


ervink wrote:

I have my new motherboard "in transit" and will be here in a couple days, I ordered the new SL7EN processor, a new "long" fan, I already added the bluetooth daughter card, and a new wireless G Wi-Fi card. 

1) Is there anything else i should upgrade while I have it torn apart?

2) is there a diagram to show me exactly where to apply the heat sink paste? or can I get an idiot-proof description where to put it?

 


re: #2...

have a look at: http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appmeth/int/ss/intel_app_method_surface_spread_v1.1.pdf

should help you out.

 

cheers!

 


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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

Recieved my New (reballed) motherboard today as well as my new "long" fan, just waiting on the SL7EN chip and I'll be all set.

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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

I rebuilt my T40 today, Put in the New MOBO, long fan, SL7EN processor, maxed out the RAM, upgraded to wireless G from wireless B, installed a bluetooth daughter card and antenna,

This thing works great, no more USB issues.

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ajkula66
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Re: T40 Motherboard upgrade

Happy to hear that the rejuvenated T40 is up and running.

 

Enjoy!

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George




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Rebuilding: A31p, T42p, X24

Non-ThinkPads: Panasonic CF-31 & CF-52, HP 8760W

I build FrankenPads....scary FrankenPads...

S = SATA-mod (on T43/p units only)
F = FrankenPad
L = LED-mod utilizing an UXGA AFFS LED screen


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