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Hi There, Can Any One Help, I Am After Some Basic Info About The Ibook G3 14' Gpu, What Material It Is Made From Is It Lead Or Lead Free? What Is The Size? And Pitch Of It? Also The Manufactureres?

Or If You Know Of Any Other Site That Has The Answers?

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For the specs on any Mac, check here.

As to lead, highly unlikely. But, it wouldn't really matter unless someone has been chewing on it. You can't get lead poisoning without direct exposure. Ex. breathing in dust that has lead, eating it (for instance paint chips), absorption through the skin from handling, etc.

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