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原帖由: Ben Eisenman ,

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Here's a complete (to my knowledge) breakdown from incompatible 800 MHz to 1 GHz:
* fan: different connector orientation and cable length. You would need the 1 GHz fan
* heatsink: different shape. You would need the 1 GHz heat sink
* modem: different connector. You would need the 1 GHz modem
* frame: extra screw hole in fan area. You would need the 1 GHz frame

Parts that have different part numbers but I've found to be compatible are as follows:
* upper case
* top shield
* dc-in board

Now for the 1.2 GHz:
* Upper case: has different connectors. You would need the 1.2 GHz upper case
* modem: different modem entirely. You would need the 1.2 GHz modem
* frame: "bump" to accommodate optical cable. You would need the 1.2 GHz frame
* Fan: cut out of top right screw bracket. You would need the 1.2/1.33 GHz fan
* optical cable bracket: more gradual bend in the bracket. You would need the 1.2/1.33 GHz bracket
* optical cable: completely different. You would need the 1.2/1.33 GHz cable

Parts that have different part numbers but I've found to be compatible are as follows:
* top shield
* keyboard
* heatsink
* dc-in board

The 1.33 has even MORE incompatible parts, so no, we can't go back to discussing whether or not you can upgrade to that.
Does this help?

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