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現在のバージョン作成者: Alfredo Morales ,

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'''The short answer is: YES YOU CAN''' replace a 2009 C2D logic board with a 2010 i3 one
 
The long answer:
 
I'm in the process of make this Frankenstein's iMac, and I already can hear the villagers with torches and forks coming here, but had to made it in name of apple science, I got a working 820-2784-A logic board from a fresh deceased 2011 iMac (I don't know where it comes, I don't wanna ask) with IR receiver, wifi/bluetooth module, videocard, and CPU with booth coolers for the same cost of the 820-2494-A C2D motherboard, I was really, really lucky. Phisically the logic board fits in the aluminium housing with no problem.
 
The cables for accesories and connectors is another thing. This is the list of connectors that are different or have no place to plug in:
 
*Power button cable have to be re-routed so it can reach the connector
 
*SD card reader cable 593-1041 have to be replaced with a cable 593-1223
 
*Wifi/bluetooth antenas cables need to be re-reuted
 
*Wfi/bluettoth cable 593-1079 is no longer needed
 
*820-2566 support for the wifi/bluetooth module is no longer needed neither
 
*LCD signal cable 593-1006 is different, need a 593-1280
 
*CPU fan connector is different, you need the fan 610-0094 with temp sensor
 
*Headphones and rear mic connector 593-1086 is different, needs the cable 593-1231
 
*Camera cable 922-8829 is different, needs the 593-1218-A cable with temp sensor
 
*ODD temp sensor 593-1152 is different, needs a 593-1242
 
I found someone selling his 2010 iMac for pieces, so I'll try to get all that parts for cheap in one place, if I can sell the pieces that I don't need, the transplants for the Frankenstein's iMac could be free...
 
Next step: upgrade the i3 510540 with a i5 540680
Next step: upgrade the i3 510540 with a i5 540680

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編集者: Alfredo Morales ,

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'''The short answer is: YES YOU CAN''' replace a 2009 C2D logic board with a 2010 i3 one
 
The long answer:
 
I'm in the process of make this Frankenstein's iMac, and I already can hear the villagers with torches and forks coming here, but had to made it in name of apple science, I got a working 820-2784-A logic board from a fresh deceased 2011 iMac (I don't know where it comes, I don't wanna ask) with IR receiver, wifi/bluetooth module, videocard, and CPU with booth coolers for the same cost of the 820-2494-A C2D motherboard, I was really, really lucky. Phisically the logic board fits in the aluminium housing with no problem.
 
The cables for accesories and connectors is another thing. This is the list of connectors that are different or have no place to plug in:
 
*Power button cable have to be re-routed so it can reach the connector
 
*SD card reader cable 593-1041 have to be replaced with a cable 593-1223
 
*Wifi/bluetooth antenas cables need to be re-reuted
 
*Wfi/bluettoth cable 593-1079 is no longer needed
*820-2566 support for the wifi/bluetooth module is no longer needed neither
*820-2566 support for the wifi/bluetooth module is no longer needed neither
*LCD signal cable 593-1006 is different, need a 593-1280
 
*CPU fan connector is different, you need the fan 610-0094 with temp sensor
 
*Headphones and rear mic connector 593-1086 is different, needs the cable 593-1231
 
*Camera cable 922-8829 is different, needs the 593-1218-A cable with temp sensor
 
*ODD temp sensor 593-1152 is different, needs a 593-1242
 
I found someone selling his 2010 iMac for pieces, so I'll try to get all that parts for cheap in one place, if I can sell the pieces that I don't need, the transplants for the Frankenstein's iMac could be free...
 
Next step: upgrade the i3 510 with a i5 540

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オリジナル投稿者: Alfredo Morales ,

テキスト:

'''The short answer is: YES YOU CAN''' replace a 2009 C2D logic board with a 2010 i3 one

The long answer:

I'm in the process of make this Frankenstein's iMac, and I already can hear the villagers with torches and forks coming here, but had to made it in name of apple science, I got a working 820-2784-A logic board from a fresh deceased 2011 iMac (I don't know where it comes, I don't wanna ask) with IR receiver, wifi/bluetooth module, videocard, and CPU with booth coolers for the same cost of the 820-2494-A C2D motherboard, I was really, really lucky. Phisically the logic board fits in the aluminium housing with no problem.

The cables for accesories and connectors is another thing. This is the list of connectors that are different or have no place to plug in:

*Power button cable have to be re-routed so it can reach the connector

*SD card reader cable 593-1041 have to be replaced with a cable 593-1223

*Wifi/bluetooth antenas cables need to be re-reuted

*Wfi/bluettoth cable 593-1079 is no longer needed

*LCD signal cable 593-1006 is different, need a 593-1280

*CPU fan connector is different, you need the fan 610-0094 with temp sensor

*Headphones and rear mic connector 593-1086 is different, needs the cable 593-1231

*Camera cable 922-8829 is different, needs the 593-1218-A cable with temp sensor

*ODD temp sensor 593-1152 is different, needs a 593-1242

I found someone selling his 2010 iMac for pieces, so I'll try to get all that parts for cheap in one place, if I can sell the pieces that I don't need, the transplants for the Frankenstein's iMac could be free...

Next step: upgrade the i3 510 with a i5 540

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