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Hello Felis_83, thank you very much for contacting us. First of all, I would need to tell you that the support that we provide will be in English only.
According to Google translate; you are looking for a more powerful processor for your laptop.
The following link will compare all 4 processors ARK | Compare Intel® Products
It looks like all of them will fit on your laptop since they support the same processor socket PPGA988
Based on the chipset HM70, this is the list of compatible processors.ARK | Mobile Intel® HM70 Express Chipset (Intel® BD82HM70 PCH)
Regarding the FCPGA988 and PPGA988 socket, I’m glad to inform you that the 2 sockets are pin compatible, so there is no difference between those two.
I would recommend you to contact ACER for further assistance since this is an OEM system and we do not know if this kind of modification are supported or not.
Sometimes, if you make changes on OEM systems, the product is not going to be covered under warranty anymore.
Hello, Sylvia! Thank you for answer!
So, I can think that:
a) IvyBridge and SandyBridge can be compatible;
b) some processor can be conmatible with HM70 chipset in despite of it (processor) are not present in list ARK | Mobile Intel® HM70 Express Chipset (Intel® BD82HM70 PCH)
Is it right?
Sorry for my English)
Felis_83, just in case microcode is used in CPUs. It contains the latest microcode definitions for all Intel processors. We releases microcode updates to correct processor behavior as documented in the respective processor specification updates.
The microcode of the processor updates automatically through BIOS updates on your board.
If you are still want to change the processor from the laptop, please contact ACER for further assistance.