First of all laptops aren't made to swap out motherboads and the cases are specifically designed for the motherboards they they come in all sizes and shapes. Second your system is is old about 3 generations of Intel processors have replaced that technology. As part of the technology the clock speeds of the processors haven't changed much since the T3500 2.10 processors. What has changed is the thread and cores have increases as a result the data is processed at the same speed but the path to process data has increased resulting in being able to process more data. Also Intel has built an overclocking into the processors that allow the processors to use faster clock sppeds when needed. My advise is to purchase a new system. The i7 processor quad core with 8 threads is the most powerfull laptop processor.
I am looking to upgrade my Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3500 (2.10GHz) CPU to a much faster CPU. I have brought a game which says that its system requirement is either Intel Pentium 4 (3.2 GHz) or Intel Pentium D (2.66GHz). But generally I want to upgrade my CPU to 3 GHz or higher. I have no idea what motherboard I am using, and also have no idea how to find out what my motherboard is so here is the make of my Laptop: Toshiba Satellite C660-195. If anyone can suggest a good Processor I can buy I would very much appreciate this I would prefer a Processor that is above 3GHz (around 3.2GHz would be much better) so I am able to play on my games and also a good CPU that would let me render videos quickly (i.e a 20 minute video would take around 1 hour to render). Thank you so much to anyone whom answers this with a very good result!