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Hi there, my question is just simple as:

Is there a software or Mac OSX function that allow me to know what kind of logic board (serial o part number) is installed on my MBP (early 2008)?

thanks in advance!
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The part/serial number is burnt onto the board.
You can email this crowd, quote your MBP serial number, and they will email you the part number.
661-4960 15" MacBook Pro (Early 2008) 2.4GHz Logic Board, Apple Mac and iPod Accessories
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First: thanks for answer this!
Second: The issue here is that my logic board was replaced for a temporary "old" logic board, as the new logic board will arrive next month, and I wanna know what kind of logic board they installed without open up my MBP.

is it possible to know via software or MAC OSX function?

(my english kinda sucks, sorry)
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It won't be possible without opening up the machine and having a look.
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ouch, ok! now i'll be alert when they will try to replace the new one piece and get the serial of it. Thanks for your time and consideration!
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hi, i am selling a macbook 17" pro logic board on ebay and someone is asking what the part number is. i have looked all over the board and all i can find is 820-2023-A which i think is the model number. there are more numbers which are printed on stickers on the ram surround and i thought one of them might have been the serial number but according to A.S.N.I. Decode your Mac's serial number., it doesnt seem to be so. does anyone know how i can find the parts number or where it is printed on the board?

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matt.
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