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I had my 2133 Mhz RAM working in the EliteBook 8470p with an i5 3340m. Then I upgraded the CPU to an i7 3610qm and the RAM did not work with the new CPU. So I think, the CPU could have a problem with the 2133 Mhz ram. 1867 Mhz RAM worked then with the "new" i7 CPU.

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I ordered cheap i5-3320m.

It will arrive in 3 weeks and I will test it with my 2133 MHz memory.

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On 8/9/2016 at 2:00 PM, invait53 said:

@todo1 I have 2133 ram. 

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Motherboard is 685404-601, rev:4.23

Hi, I see you upgraded the cpu to quad i7. I want to ask that except put the cpu into the socket, do you need to do something else, like upgrade the power adapter, bios...? Mine is f21, do I need higher version?

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Just bought this item from aliexpress, seller said it is compatible with 2570p:

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But currently it is not detected on device manager. Running latest Win10 and bios.

Any suggestions?

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24 minutes ago, NanoG6 said:

Just bought this item from aliexpress, seller said it is compatible with 2570p:

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But currently it is not detected on device manager. Running latest Win10 and bios.

Any suggestions?

 

Is your WWAN card in the 2570P whitelist athttps://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/1982-125-hp-elitebook-2570p-owners-lounge/&page=10#comment-60111

If not, consider getting one of those listed cards instead or wiring say your docking connector USB pins to your WLAN slot to gain an unwhitelisted port and use it there instead as done by @invait53 at https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/1982-125-hp-elitebook-2570p-owners-lounge/&page=47#comment-132577

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Hi yes it is un2430. Finally, I don't know why, I just unplug and replug the cable and then it showed up on device manager. I'm using windows 8.1 driver.

What more interesting is, I reinstall my Windows 10 (latest anniversary ISO) and then windows detect the card automatically when I setting up user account (before login to windows for the first time)!

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@egpuer, I bought 4-cores processor three years ago and don't remember what bios I had but now the bios is F.63. I use 90w power adaptor.

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On 2016/8/12 at 3:05 AM, egpuer said:

Hi, I see you upgraded the cpu to quad i7. I want to ask that except put the cpu into the socket, do you need to do something else, like upgrade the power adapter, bios...? Mine is f21, do I need higher version?

Well you'll also need to reapply thermal paste (duh). BIOS upgrade isn't necessary, but I'd do so if possible, just to be safe.

 

Also quoting invait53-san:

On 2016/8/14 at 6:59 AM, invait53 said:

@egpuer, I bought 4-cores processor three years ago and don't remember what bios I had but now the bios is F.63. I use 90w power adaptor.

The last one is VERY IMPORTANT: Use a 90W power adapter. The 65W one isn't enough for quad core 2570p, which has been discussed before.

 

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I would like to ask what is the best wifi card to this model without any modification, 7260N? And also similar question wit wwan card (european frequency) ?

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53 minutes ago, BigMaras said:

I would like to ask what is the best wifi card to this model without any modification, 7260N? And also similar question wit wwan card (european frequency) ?

 

Don't know about wifi card, but for wwan card you can take a look at this http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/c04123334.pdf?ver=20

 

Mine is UN2430 (Sierra/Gobi3000) and works perfectly well on Windows 10. It's only $12.5 on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/131863483792?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

 

edit: this one looks good, comes with 4G/LTE (lt4111/Gobi5000) http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Sierra-wireless-AirPrime-EM7355-4G-lt4111-LTE-EV-DO-HSPA-GOBI5000-GOBI-5000-for-HP-704030/32715423897.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.2.VmBxcJ&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_8,searchweb201602_1_10057_10056_10037_10055_10054_301_10059_10033_10058_10032_10017_10060_10061_10052_414_10062_10053_413_10050_10051,searchweb201603_1&btsid=d61fbef8-924a-4e55-9791-ef8d889b1a80

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add aliexpress

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Hi, I want to ask that did bplus discount the price of their products on amazon on black friday or similar occasions? I can wait for awhile :)

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My i5-3320m arrived yesterday and i replaced the i7.

So I can comfirm that the memory controller inside i7-3632qm can't handle the 2133MHz RAM.

i5-3320m booted with my 2133MHz RAM just fine and it is working fine.

 

I use this notebook very rare and the hardest task is Diablo III.

So, what do you think guys - which combo should I choose i7-3632qm+1600 RAM or i5-3320m+2133 RAM?

 

I think I answered myself. :)

 

i5 with 2133 ram.JPG

i7 with 1600 ram.JPG

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@todo1 I can add that the i7-3632qm (35W) doesn't work with 1800 RAM too. Yeah, the choice i7-3632qm+1600 RAM is match more better.

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Something maybe of interest to 2570P owners ...

 

A customized HP Elitebook 8460P with OSX  is now being sold as a Hacbook Elite, a Macbook equivalent for 1/3 of the price.

Can see the marketting at http://hacbook.com/

 

Worth noting can build yourself  a "Hacbook Elite" with the better HP Elitebook 8470P (more efficient 3rd gen CPU,  no-whitelist WLAN, USB 3.0)  for even less.

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Yeah, I just saw same on a IT news internet magazine.

I tried MacOS on my 2570p and it was working great.

But I was not able to successfully configure triple boot - MacOS/Win/Linux.

Well, it was booting but not every time... :)

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7 hours ago, Tech Inferno Fan said:

Something maybe of interest to 2570P owners ...

 

A customized HP Elitebook 8460P with OSX  is now being sold as a Hacbook Elite, a Macbook equivalent for 1/3 of the price.

Can see the marketting at http://hacbook.com/

 

Worth noting can build yourself  a "Hacbook Elite" with the better HP Elitebook 8470P (more efficient 3rd gen CPU,  no-whitelist WLAN, USB 3.0)  for even less.

 

Indeed. And for present owners? We got the HDMI and VGA port working too at: http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8926-hp-elitebook-2560p-10114-with-clover-odd-hdmi-not-working/page-3 ... infact this just has motivated to write a detailed installation tutorial and release my bootpack for 'vanilla' OSX. ETA? Oh I dunno ready when it's ready :) 

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Hi,

I want to add another fan to my Elitebook. But the fan does not start with 5V, does anybody know a point, where I could solder the fan connector on to get 7V or 12V?

I checked already the sata connector, but there I get also only 5V.

Thanks!

EDIT: I soldered the fan on the 5V from the SATA Port.I think on the mainboard are no 12V lines, only 5V and 3.3V lines. The only thing with more than 5V are the batteries. Maybe it's possible to get from the batteries a voltage over 5V. But now the fan runs great :-).

 

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data only 5V. Fixed the problem.

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Hi, is it true that you cannot use/activate WWAN card when battery is not attached?
I removed the battery, and powered on using power adapter only, modem is not detected/listed in device manager.

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On 30 Tháng Tám 2016 at 8:49 PM, Tech Inferno Fan said:

Something maybe of interest to 2570P owners ...

 

A customized HP Elitebook 8460P with OSX  is now being sold as a Hacbook Elite, a Macbook equivalent for 1/3 of the price.

Can see the marketting at http://hacbook.com/

 

Worth noting can build yourself  a "Hacbook Elite" with the better HP Elitebook 8470P (more efficient 3rd gen CPU,  no-whitelist WLAN, USB 3.0)  for even less.

Can it work on 2570?

On 09 Tháng Chín 2016 at 9:51 AM, NanoG6 said:

Hi, is it true that you cannot use/activate WWAN card when battery is not attached?
I removed the battery, and powered on using power adapter only, modem is not detected/listed in device manager.

Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
 

Sound not logical to me. My model doesn't have one so I can't confirm :(

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Yes,

you can install hackintosh on 2570p, I tried myself.

But the triple boot ( Hackintosh, Win 10, Ubuntu ) was not working stable.

The best place to start is here.

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On 9/17/2013 at 1:25 PM, Khenglish said:

UPDATE: New modified ME firmware file that works for Tech Inferno Fan, since this one didn't, is located here: http://forum.techinferno.com/hp-business-class-notebooks/2537-12-5-hp-elitebook-2570p-owners-lounge-41.html#post79212

Good day, recently i managed to take hold of a 2570p and would like to ask whether this mod would work with the newer bioses and whether the newer f.6x bioses have any restrictions compared to older bios revisions that may make them undesirable to upgrade to from bios f.44 which my notebook currently have.

 

 

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55 minutes ago, James Michael Acierto said:

Good day, recently i managed to take hold of a 2570p and would like to ask whether this mod would work with the newer bioses and whether the newer f.6x bioses have any restrictions compared to older bios revisions that may make them undesirable to upgrade to from bios f.44 which my notebook currently have.

 

 

 

Its been found that hp systems require individual mods done for each individual system. You meed to dump your own me fw and mod that, but you make all the same changes that you see in Tech Inferno Fan's mod in the ICC section. I can look it over when you are done to make sure you didn't miss anything.

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5 minutes ago, Khenglish said:

 

Its been found that hp systems require individual mods done for each individual system. You meed to dump your own me fw and mod that, but you make all the same changes that you see in Tech Inferno Fan's mod in the ICC section. I can look it over when you are done to make sure you didn't miss anything.

thank you very much for the quick response. is it worthwhile to upgrade to upgrade from f.44 to f.64 bios ? the newer bios have some fixes but i haven't seen confirmation whether the newer bios retains the broken whitelist for wlan. 

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2 hours ago, James Michael Acierto said:

thank you very much for the quick response. is it worthwhile to upgrade to upgrade from f.44 to f.64 bios ? the newer bios have some fixes but i haven't seen confirmation whether the newer bios retains the broken whitelist for wlan. 

 

I am not that familiar with HP whitelisting so unfortunately I do not know the answer to that.

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On 8/11/2016 at 9:45 AM, todo1 said:

I ordered cheap i5-3320m.

It will arrive in 3 weeks and I will test it with my 2133 MHz memory.

 

buddy can you PM me the link where you have ordered yours? looking for 1 for my brother

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