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It depends on the system's firmware and the EFI firmware imposed limitations Apple has imposed.
It depends on the system's firmware and the EFI firmware imposed limitations Apple has imposed.
 
Technologically it should work if the chipset agrees with it seeing as it's just LGA775 and Apple's pinout for it is no different from how everyone else does it. Since there is no official support for the EE CPU series it may not work.

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Edit by: Nick ,

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ThisIt depends on the system's firmware and the EFI firmware imposed limitations for CPU's Apple has coded into the firmware of the system. Technologicallyimposed.

Technologically
it should work if the chipset agreedagrees with it seeing as it's just LGA775 and Apple's pinout for it is no different from how everyone else does it.
You can try, but
Since there is no official support for the EE CPU series it may may not work seeing as Apple never supported the EE CPU's officiallywork.
ThisIt depends on the system's firmware and the EFI firmware imposed limitations for CPU's Apple has coded into the firmware of the system. Technologicallyimposed.

Technologically
it should work if the chipset agreedagrees with it seeing as it's just LGA775 and Apple's pinout for it is no different from how everyone else does it.
You can try, but
Since there is no official support for the EE CPU series it may may not work seeing as Apple never supported the EE CPU's officiallywork.

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Edit by: Nick ,

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These use a socket 775 so yes,youThis depends on the system's firmware and the limitations for CPU's Apple has coded into the firmware of the system. Technologically it should work if the chipset agreed with it seeing as it's just LGA775 and Apple's pinout for it is no different from how everyone else does it.
You
can try, but it MAYmay not be compatible w/out flashing something orwork seeing as Apple never supported the computer will not bootEE CPU's officially.
These use a socket 775 so yes,youThis depends on the system's firmware and the limitations for CPU's Apple has coded into the firmware of the system. Technologically it should work if the chipset agreed with it seeing as it's just LGA775 and Apple's pinout for it is no different from how everyone else does it.
You
can try, but it MAYmay not be compatible w/out flashing something orwork seeing as Apple never supported the computer will not bootEE CPU's officially.

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Edit by: Nick ,

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These use a socket 775 so yes,you can but it MAY not be compatible w/out flashing something or the computer will not boot
These use a socket 775 so yes,you can but it MAY not be compatible w/out flashing something or the computer will not boot

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Original post by: Nick ,

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These use a socket 775 so yes,you can but it MAY not be compatible w/out flashing something

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