Detailed side-by-side comparison
Q: Is it possible to upgrade my 2117U microprocessor?
A: No. Processors like this one are soldered on a motherboard, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.
Pentium 2117U Overclocking
Sorry, we do not have overclocking data for the CPU at this time.
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