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PowerBook - Logic board


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I have a logic board from a powerbook g4 aluminum 12"
is it only compatible with the other hardware from this computer?
for example, if i had a different graphics card, processor, or hard drive hooked up to it would the logic board still function?

curiosity only- trying to learn more about computers.
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Both the CPU and GPU are integrated, so if it's remotely possible to modify your LB to fit other hardware on it, wich I highly doubt... is it really worth the time, money (above all) and the effort.

As for the harddrive, that can be googled.

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