Because I've tested all other components in my Mac Pro 2006:How do yo know it's the motherboard and not a different component that is faulty?
It's not that board: http://macpalace.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=2805
It should, and IIRC, there's at least one user that discovered that their system in fact had 2.8GHz processors in a 3.2GHz board. Now whether or not that was done at the factory was unknown, as it was purchased as a used system.It's not that board: http://macpalace.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=2805
It's for Mac Pro 2007 ! Such board are cheaper on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.pl/Apple-661-4307-Mac-Pro-Vers-2-8X-Logic-Board_W0QQitemZ390143842479QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMotherboards?hash=item5ad66298af
Will 2xQuad Core Xeon E5462 2.8 GHz work on Mac Pro's model 3.2 GHz logic board ?
I got a working Mac Pro 2006 and dead Mac Pro 2008.you've got me confused now. Do you want a logic board for a 1,1 & 2,1 mac pro (1006 and 2007) or 3,1 (2008)? Or are you planning on replacing the logic board in a 2006/2007 machine with the logic board from a 2008 machine?
Just plug in the P/N on the 2008 logic board into a parts location, and see what they cost. As I mentioned previously, those used in the '08's were expensive (~$800USD for the unit used in the 2.8 & 3.0Ghz models last I knew).I got a working Mac Pro 2006 and dead Mac Pro 2008.
If Mac Pro 2008 will be repaired I will sell Mac Pro 2006.
I've bought a new case for Mac Pro 2008, because it was heavily scratched and at first I thought PSU is dead, but then I found it's not :/ It's dead logic board 100%.
I only got yellow STBY LED when pressing DIAG button. No fans, no chime, nothing. All cables are connected properly.
If I understand correctly:The board is being replaced "because it's dead" but it's still in service....Ok, I'm confussed.