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MacBook - Processor Upgrade?


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So I've heard endless talk about G3 to G4 upgrades (long story, I know it's an outdated topic)... but I'm curious, I have a MacBook(1,1) with the core duo. I'm going to be doing a lot of programming in the near future for school and some independent work... is it possible to upgrade to a Core 2 Duo? Theoretically it should be the same socket, but would the board support it?
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No can do, sorry, it's welded to the board, you cannot upgrade the processor. You can upgrade the memory up to 2GB in a 1,1 MB.

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