04-22-2018 05:28 AM
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As far as I know that is very hard. Usually mainboards are designed to support an specific set of processors and a new generation of processor is not common to be supported by an older mainboard. This is not something that usually get upgraded with just a BIOS update.
You can try to replace the mainboard and processor, but that is like replacing all the computer.
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