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Topic # 91951 24-Oct-2011 14:22
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hi there,i'v just brought a laptop from trademe its a acer aspire 5740 i3 330m 2.13 GHz or so it says on the stickers on the case of the laptop(also on the listing on trademe as i was looking for i3) but funny thing is when i check the performance information and tools on the laptop it says intel(R) core(TM) i5 cpu m430@2.27GHz,how can this be?im happy with it as its running great but cant under stand why anyone would upgrade this to i5 when you could just buy one!thanks

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  Reply # 538042 27-Oct-2011 09:42
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hey just to clarify my question,is it possible to modify the performance and tools page to show i5?and is there any software i could use to test or show what the computer is useing.

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  Reply # 540825 3-Nov-2011 17:52
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If your worried check Speccy
http://www.piriform.com/speccy
Free download and itll tell you about your computer

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