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Produced as part of the Sony Vaio E-series line, and released as a notebook in 2010. Some minor issues, associated with normal wear-and-tear, are common and and range from easy to difficult in user repairability.

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Is it possible to upgrade the processor?

I'm just wondering if it's possible to update the CPU on this laptop.

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I have the same question too. Since I have sony Vaio DESKTOP-N35L4II PCG-71913l i3 2gen serca 2011-2018, I want to know if it is possible to upgrade the processor.

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Hi @maulene amarante

Please verify the model number?

Can't find any info when searching for a N35L4ll and the PCG-71913l series is a laptop PC and not a desktop PC and there are 75 different variants for it.

Is there a VPCEG1, -EH1, EJ1 or -EL1 number shown anywhere on the information label?

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Laptops of this era are a hit-or-miss when it comes to CPU upgradability, so if they have a socketed CPU, it often only allows a narrow degree of upgrade, mainly due to their heatsinks, which can’t be upgraded.

However, the general rule of thumb in my books are:
-ALL MacBooks don’t have easily upgradable CPUs, as they are soldered

-Most windows laptops (circa 2004-2011) that that screens bigger that 13” have socketed chips, and can be upgraded

- Most windows netbooks (those really tiny laptops) have soldered chips, and can’t be upgraded

- Most windows laptops (2013-present) have soldered CPUs, besides a few Desktop Replacement Machines (aka huge laptops with desktop CPUs)

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Even most modern "desktop replacements" are a crapshoot; most of them use a HK processor or a very high-end H series CPU/Ryzen APU+high end graphics, not desktop CPUs.

What I want is a modern machine with old school Dell durability, like the E6400-6440 where they use magnesium for strength, and an aluminum LCD lid with structural support on the 6420-6440 (6400/10 were mostly magnesium) and full modularity, with high end graphics options. Yes, I know it will be a healthy 5-6lbs to get that (and not cheap!) but bring back the workhorse bricks. If the millennials want "thin and light", fine -- but some of us still want a well-built machine which can look like it went through a lot 10 years in, without taking a beating beyond cosmetics.

Leave the DVD drives in 2010/11, but bring back the build quality. If it wasn't for Lenovo's shady past, I'd totally get a P50 with the 4K IPS DCI-P3 screen. Those are everything we lost to the thin and light generation. These days, Lenovo has old school build (but can't be trusted) and HP kept 95% of the brick build some of us STILL want. In addition, Lenovo solders the RAM on most of the newer T series machines, or part of it; P series is the ONLY one left with fully modular RAM.

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It is a socket type and can be upgraded.

Sony Vaio PCG-7184L (VGN-NW240F) Processor Replacement

Sony Vaio PCG-7184L (VGN-NW240F) Repair

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Well it not possible to processor be soldered to the motherboard, upgrading the processor may not be possible. If you would like to upgrade your system, refer to Standard Laptops Powered by Intel

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I think it is not possible to upgrade your processor because the processor may be soldered to the motherboard, due to this reason upgrading the processor may not be possible.

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