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PowerBook - 800mhz Ti logic board in a 1ghz Ti case?


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can it be done? Do they fit? Please don't respond if you don't know (or have something funny to say) and please don't tell me that "you can never be sure because you are using the device in a way that it is not des... "

I have a torn apart 800mhz Ti powerbook DVI that has a good motherboard. I want to put that logic board in a 1ghz Ti case. I have all of both computers, so if I need to swap any parts it will be fine. Anyone done this? A quick search of the forum didn't turn up anything directly answering this question.

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