@Juliano I will start off by saying most laptops are going to have a soldered processor. You realistically cannot upgrade that yourself and I wouldn't even do it You do have a few options in terms of getting more performance out of it. The first one is to use a utility like Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility to undervolt the CPU if you are running into thermal bottlenecks. To complement that, if you feel comfortable re pasting the laptop that will also help. You may be able to overclock a bit (this will void your warranty) but I wouldn't go above stock voltages as otherwise you are going to get very high temperatures. You also could buy a new motherboard and replace that but you may be looking at nearly the price of the laptop itself. At that point I would just sell that laptop and buy a new one. If you want to just buy a new system, I would wait to see if Nvidia ends up releasing new graphics cards here. My guess is that we unfortunately won't be seeing any top trier graphics cards for the next little bit.I hoped that this helped but feel free to HMU if you have any questions.
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