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I believe I have gotten you to the correct machine.
 
Stay within the same A1260 model number and you should be OK. You can upgrade to the 2.6 GHz board to make it this machine: Apple MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.6 15" (08) Specs
 
Identifiers: Early 2008 - BTO/CTO - MacBookPro4,1 - A1260 - 2198
 
Get Apple part #661-4689
 
Here's how to do it:
 
[guide|681]
 
However I don't think find the small speed bump worth the cost. A better solution would be to install a 500GB hybrid hard drive. Bump the RAM up.
 
Standard RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6 GB*
Details: 2


Details: 2
GB installed as two 1 GB modules. No slots free.
Standard RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6 GB*
Details: 2


Details: 2
GB installed as two 1 GB modules. No slots free.
*Apple officially supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM but third-parties have been able to upgrade the system to 6 GB of RAM using one 2 GB and one 4 GB memory module.
* https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/500-GB-SSD-Hybrid-2-5-Inch-Hard-Drive/IF107-098-3

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Edit by: mayer ,

Text:

I believe I have gotten you to the correct machine.
 
Stay within the same A1260 model number and you should be OK. You can upgrade to the 2.6 GHz board to make it this machine: Apple MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.6 15" (08) Specs
 
Identifiers: Early 2008 - BTO/CTO - MacBookPro4,1 - A1260 - 2198
 
Get Apple part #661-4689
 
Here's how to do it:
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Core+2+Duo+Models+A1226+and+A1260+Logic+Board+Replacement/681
[guide|681]

However I don't think find the small speed bump worth the cost. A better solution would be to install a 500GB hybrid hard drive. Bump the RAM up.

Standard RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6 GB*
Details: 2 GB installed as two 1 GB modules. No slots free.
*Apple officially supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM but third-parties have been able to upgrade the system to 6 GB of RAM using one 2 GB and one 4 GB memory module.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Core+2+Duo+Models+A1226+and+A1260+Logic+Board+Replacement/681
[guide|681]

However I don't think find the small speed bump worth the cost. A better solution would be to install a 500GB hybrid hard drive. Bump the RAM up.

Standard RAM: 2 GB Maximum RAM: 6 GB*
Details: 2 GB installed as two 1 GB modules. No slots free.
*Apple officially supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM but third-parties have been able to upgrade the system to 6 GB of RAM using one 2 GB and one 4 GB memory module.

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Edit by: mayer ,

Text:

I believe I have gotten you to the correct machine.
 
Stay within the same A1260 model number and you should be OK. You can upgrade to the 2.6 GHz board to make it this machine: Apple MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.6 15" (08) Specs
 
Identifiers: Early 2008 - BTO/CTO - MacBookPro4,1 - A1260 - 2198
 
Get Apple part #661-4689
Here's how to do it:
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Core+2+Duo+Models+A1226+and+A1260+Logic+Board+Replacement/681

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Original post by: mayer ,

Text:

I believe I have gotten you to the correct machine.

Stay within the same A1260 model number and you should be OK. You can upgrade to the 2.6 GHz board to make it this machine: Apple MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.6 15" (08) Specs

Identifiers: Early 2008 - BTO/CTO - MacBookPro4,1 - A1260 - 2198

Get Apple part #661-4689

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