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Can I upgrade my 2008 Mac Pro completely?

I have a 2nd Gen 2008 Mac Pro 2.8ghz Quad Core with an 8800GT. I'm sure I can get away with the processing power and more RAM for now.

Is there any way possible I can put a modern day GPU inside this machine?

What does it entail to do such customizations?

Could I gut this machine and upgrade it fully to current technology?


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marked as duplicate by Martín Marconcini, Dori Sep 29 '11 at 0:33

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You should be good to upgrade to a modern GPU (PCI-X). Keep in mind that you will need to purchase an 'Apple' version of any graphics card you upgrade to.

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