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|Jul 21, 2013, 01:06 AM||#1|
L5420 in 2006 Xserve?
Does anyone know if this is possible?
2010 Mac Pro, Quad-Core, 16GB RAM, GTX 680
|Jul 31, 2013, 07:48 AM||#2|
Its the same socket type but I think you have to stick to the Clovertown series. The highest I believe you can go is a Xeon X5365 which is a Quad-Core at 3GHz. The processors you can upgrade too are the same that you can do in a Mac Pro 1,1. I went from my dual-core 2.0GHz 5130 to two quad-core 2.66GHz X5355. I've been looking to upgrade my Xserve as well and I'll probably do the same as I did in my Mac Pro.
Mac Mini 6,2 (2.6GHz i7, 16GB RAM, HD4000)
iMac 11,2 (3.06GHz i3, 12GB RAM, Radeon HD 4670)
Mac Pro 1,1 (2x2.66GHz 8C, 16GB RAM, Radeon HD 5770)
Xserve 1,1 (2x2.66GHz QC, 16GB RAM, Radeon X1300)
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