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Power Mac - Logic Board Question


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I was curious, i was thinking about upgrading my sawtooth alittle more...i eventually want to add in dual 1.8ghz cpus, but i dont think my mother board is able to handle it, was curious if i could put a GE logic board into a AGP case with out having to modify anything, i noticed the logic boards arn;t that much different when your looking at them on a picture, but what about size and etc?
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