I was browsing my favorite computer vendor's website for parts to work on a client's Windoze machine and noticed that all the Intel CPUs are LGA 775 Socket based. Since the chipsets that are used by every Windoze motherboard with that socket scale up to every available clock speed, is it too much of a stretch of the imagination to either: 1) Pop an Intel Pentium D 930, 940 or 950 chip into a Mac mini to replace the sub 2GHz model? 2) Insert an Intel Core 2 Duo chip into that same computer ahead of Apple releasing this upgraded model? Anyone opened up your Mac mini and saw a LGA 775 socket or is the CPU soldered in? Anyone actually performed a CPU upgrade like this on the modern machines? I'm just curious whether this is something that is remotely possible.