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Will LCD from a 1 GHz Titanium work in my 550 MHz?

Just what the title says. I've researched the models and their native resolutions are not the same. Still, I have to ask the question. Are they interchangeable?

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The 550 uses Apple part #661-2568. The 1GH uses 661-2748

Apple Part Number: 661-2539, 661-2539-A, 661-2568

LTN152W1-L01, LP152W1 (A1AP), LP152w02 (A1)

Compatibility

PowerBook G4 Titanium Mercury (400/500), PowerBook G4 Titanium Onyx (550 & 667) VGA Model

Apple Part Number: 661-2748, 661-2748-A-R

B152EW01

15.2-inch (1280X854) LCD panel and upper case assembly for a 667MHz / 800MHz / 867MHz / 1GHz (DVI) PowerBook Titanium.

This LCD assembly will not function properly in the 400 / 500MHz (Original) or the 550 / 667MHz (Gigabit) Titanium Powerbooks.

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Thanks for accepting my answer.

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It works… but the resolution doesn’t get all used. I’m trying to hack MacOS with SwitchResX or something else to override the display settings. I’ll let you know if I can get it figured out.

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