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I have an imac g4 flat panel 800 ghz that maxs out on memory at 1 gb, the logic board is wavering and I'm wondering if I may have to replace it, can I replace it with a 1.25 ghz board and up my memory to 2 gb? Any help or answers are greatly appreciated.
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Hi otbreno.
i am sorry but you can't replace the 800 mhz board with a 1.25 board. the port configurations are different. btw, wat do you mean by your board is "wavering"? thanks, justin.
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