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Games lagging - CPU upgrade?


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Hi i'm using a macbook white 2010 with memory 2GB 1067 MHz DDR# and Processor 2.4 GHz Itel Core 2 Duo..when i play some games it's very slow and I think that the problem is the processro (i dont realy know )...can I do any upgrade in processor?
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...can I do any upgrade in processor?
No. You cannot do a processor upgrade on a MacBook.

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Hard to know without more info than you've provided.

Most likely culprit depending on the game would be the graphics card.
No, it's not upgradeable either.

Increasing the RAM may or may not help, but certainly can't hurt.

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What games are you playing?
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