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Yes, but you'llBut… You'll need very special tools if the CPU is mounted via BGA. OtherwiseOtherwise, if it's mounted via socket, you can upgrade it to a later version as long as the CPU structure and pin arrangement is the same as the original. However

However
, be warned that opening the Mac will void your warranty. You can't get Apple components for replacement easily, because Apple keeps those under wraps and exclusively avaliable for licensed Apple technicians only, so definitely don't damage anything!
Yes, but you'llBut… You'll need very special tools if the CPU is mounted via BGA. OtherwiseOtherwise, if it's mounted via socket, you can upgrade it to a later version as long as the CPU structure and pin arrangement is the same as the original. However

However
, be warned that opening the Mac will void your warranty. You can't get Apple components for replacement easily, because Apple keeps those under wraps and exclusively avaliable for licensed Apple technicians only, so definitely don't damage anything!
 
Good luck.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Sterling Ordes ,

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Yes, but you'll need very special tools if the CPU is mounted via BGA. Otherwise if it's mounted via socket, you can upgrade it to a later version as long as the CPU structure and pin arrangement is the same as the original. However, be warned that opening the Mac will void your warranty. You can't get Apple components for replacement easily, because Apple keeps those under wraps and exclusively avaliable for licensed Apple technicians only, so definitely don't damage anything!

Good luck.

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