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What defines a "Penryn" MacBook A1181 board?

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Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board?  Is it the 3-wall inverter connector and the "straight" heatsync (as opposed to the "curved" heatsync)?  I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.

Or is a "Penryn" board actually the even later A1181 model that has the smaller optical drive connector?

Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels out there that are thrown around constantly but never clearly defined.  I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"

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Отредактировано: rdklinc ,

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What defines a "Penryn" MacBook A1181 board?

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Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board? Is it the 3-wall inverter connector and the "straight" heatsyncheatsync (as opposed to the "curved" heatsync)? I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.
Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board? Is it the 3-wall inverter connector and the "straight" heatsyncheatsync (as opposed to the "curved" heatsync)? I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.
 
Or is a "Penryn" board actually the even later A1181 model that has the smaller optical drive connector?
 
Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels out there that are thrown around constantly but never clearly defined. I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"

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MacBook Core 2 Duo

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Отредактировано: rdklinc ,

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What defines a "Penryn" MacBook A1181 board?

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Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board? Is it the 3-wall heatsyncinverter connector and the "straight" heatsync? I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.
Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board? Is it the 3-wall heatsyncinverter connector and the "straight" heatsync? I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.
 
Or is a "Penryn" board actually the even later A1181 model that has the smaller optical drive connector?
 
Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels out there that are thrown around constantly but never clearly defined. I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"

Устройство:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Статус:

open

Отредактировано: rdklinc ,

Название:

What defines a "Penryn" MacBook A1181 board?

Текст:

Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board? Is it the 3-wall heatsync connector and the "straight" heatsync? I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.
 
Or is a "Penryn" board actually the even later A1181 model that has the smaller optical drive connector?
 
Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels that are out there and that are thrown around constantly but never clearly defined. I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"
Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels that are out there and that are thrown around constantly but never clearly defined. I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"

Устройство:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Статус:

open

Оригинальный сообщение: rdklinc ,

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What defines a "Penryn" MacBook A1181 board?

Текст:

Seemingly stupid question, but what exactly makes an A1181 board a Penryn board?  Is it the 3-wall heatsync connector and the "straight" heatsync?  I assume the 820-2279-A model (2/2.1/2.2/2.4GHZ line) is Penryn, but I've never been 100% sure.

Or is a "Penryn" board actually the even later A1181 model that has the smaller optical drive connector?

Anyway, just trying to make sense of all the vague and idiotic labels that are out there and that are never clearly defined.  I always just stick to the model numbers to be safe, but it would be really nice to be able to tell customers, "Yes, this is Penryn!"

Устройство:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Статус:

open