2. Faster CPU
CPUs from the same 'family', produced by the same manufacturer, can sometimes be swapped out for greater performance.
Designing and producing new CPUs is very expensive and needs tremendous amounts of specialised knowledge and equipment. So much so that there are only a handful of companies in the world today who are actively producing CPUs.
Because production is so specialised, CPUs are not interchangable. Instead, each company produces a 'family' of CPUs tailored to different price points. The better the performance, the more expensive the processor. See the chart below:
To improve performance it may be possible to just drop in a higher performing CPU into the motherboard, so long as that CPU is from the same 'family'.
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