Re: Desktop cpu in a laptop
Well either way, the processor is most likely a different socket and as 01001010 and Atomic Rooster said, they will generate more heat. A laptop cooler won't help it. You need a mobile processor, plus battery life wouldn't be as much of a concern with a mobile processor versus a desktop processor. Some laptops and desktops share sockets (478, correct me if I am wrong) but they are still different.
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