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building a macbook pro from scratch


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My apologies for misinterpreting. You're not building a Hackintosh, you're building a FrankenMac!
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haha ur right chas... a frankenmac.

ok i found a logic board (2.66 i7- $698.00) im interested in but its Mid-2010, but the broken complete mac(that has the motherboard problem) is a early-2011 but is the same model (A1286). <b>661-5480 15 inch Macbook Pro (Black Keybd-Mid 2010)</b><br>2.66 GHz Core i7 Logic Board A1286

as long as the model numbers are the same, in this case A1286 can it work?


if they are compatible im gunna buy it and start my project, unless someone else here knows where i can find a "used" "clean" logic board cheaper.

FYI the broken complete mac also has the black-keyboard, early 2011, 2.0ghz/i7, 15" screen, model#A1286

thanks guys
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does anyone have any experience w/ my last question? do u guys think a mid 2010 logic board will fit a early 2011 MBP?
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