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How is the CPU fixed on the motherboard?

Hi guys,

I'll soon upgrade my old iMac 20' 2008 CPU from an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz E8335 to an Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz E8435.

As I don't know what to do with the old CPU, I'd like to know if I could upgrade a macbook unibody 2008 13' 2.44GHz P8660 with it. My two questions are :

- Is the macbook CPU soldered or socketed as in the iMac ?

- Is the E8335 compatible ? Seems to be the same socket according to CPU-World but I don't know what the other specs mean ?

Thanks

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As far as I know, the two CPU's are not cross-compatible. The CPU on the MacBook is soldered to the logic board and it is not recommended to try and replace it.

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Oh ok, what would you do personally with the old CPU then ? Sell it (and how much ?) or keep it just in case ?

You can try and sell the CPU on craiglist or eBay. I'm not sure how much they go for.

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The CPU on these machines is attached to the logicboard with a ball grid array (BGA). It's beyond the scope of a home workshop to desolder/solder them.

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