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    hi this is my 1st post

    i have upgraded my macbook to 200gb hdd and 2gb ram

    is it possible to upgrade the processors, graphics cards, sound cards, motherboards etc ?

    to totally customise the macbook?


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    Quote Originally Posted by laticapplemac View Post
    is it possible to upgrade the processors, graphics cards, sound cards, motherboards etc ?
    nope.
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    I'm not sure exactly what you can upgrade, but upgrading anything beyond the HDD and memory will void the warranty.

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    If you really wanted, you might be able to (read: not absolutely positive on this) be able to swap out the processor with a different one. If you try it and it doesn't work, its not my fault, and if you break something, its completely your fault for trying and Apple will not help you.
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    ya thats true,
    nothing much to play around with a macbook other than memory

    tough luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    If you really wanted, you might be able to (read: not absolutely positive on this) be able to swap out the processor with a different one. If you try it and it doesn't work, its not my fault, and if you break something, its completely your fault for trying and Apple will not help you.
    I think the processors are soldered on the mother board therefore making it (almost) impossible to replace it.

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