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Dell Latitude E7250 with i7 broken Motherboard, use the one with i5?

The Motherboard of my Dell e7250 with the i7 processor died, and i dont have warranty on it anymore.

luckily, every part in this laptop is replaceable, so you can cange even the motherboard.

The bad thing is that the motherboard with the same processor as on mine (i7 5600u) costs over 300€ in my country, so i thought it might be possible to use another mainboard.

This would be the motherboard from the dell e7250 but with  an Intel i5-5300U cpu on it.

If i put the other mainboard into the laptop, would that work?

 

Greetings,

Rainer.

 

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Just now, GoldenLag said:

The CPU is saughtered.

 

also, i believe its a different chipset

i know, i would replace the whole motherboard not just the cpu. :D

what does that mean for me if it had another chipset?

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14 minutes ago, RainerWinkler said:

i know, i would replace the whole motherboard not just the cpu. :D

what does that mean for me if it had another chipset?

Oh, i just reread the thing. Um shure it can work. Just be on the lookout that it has the exact same IO and voard layout

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4 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

Oh, i just reread the thing. Um shure it can work. Just be on the lookout that it has the exact same IO and voard layout

what about booting up with a different processor, all the drivers and stuff, do i need to consider something in this departement?

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8 hours ago, RainerWinkler said:

what about booting up with a different processor, all the drivers and stuff, do i need to consider something in this departement?

Would recommend a reinstall of windows

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