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Dumb question probably, can anyone tell me how to get name and specs of the Motherboard in my MAC Book Pro?
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Most of the Hardware/System info can be found in the System Profiler (Utilities folder). For anything else you will have to open your Mac.

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Details are quite hard to find, or find out, commercial sensitivity and all that. What specs in particular do you want to know? Have you contacted Apple?

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