Question about Apple 15" PowerBook G4 Aluminum 1.67 GHz LCD Display (p/n 1002587) (661-3749 1002587) Mac Notebook
The short answer is no, because it is soldered to the motherboard. Third party companies have offered processor upgrades for certain machines. In my opinion, they tend to be very expensive and not very effective. It's usually more efficient to buy a faster computer.
I don't know if these companies are still in business. Here's a website to check out:
Check to make sure it is compatible with your PowerBook, and check the Better Business Bureau to make sure the company(ies) is/are still viable.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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