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It all depends on which motherboard you are using and the BIOS version.
Go to the website for your motherboard manufacturer and check for compatible CPU's.
You can also go to cpu-world.com to do research and compare CPU specs.
One could find information about AMD E-300, where it says BGA413 (FT1) is its socket, or in other words, this processor is soldered onto the motherboard. So it is not easily to replace this processor without special tools. So in my opinion, please do not trouble the troubles before troubles trouble you.
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