Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 12:56 PM (in response to blaineklein09)
Unforatunately this wont be an option. The only component would be the hard drive that will work with a Mac Pro.
Chances are, your Mac Pro is faster then the 2008 iMac (CPU, RAM, Graphics, etc)
You can most likely get a nice return on your investment if you sold it for parts on eBay or brought it to an Apple Authoried Service Provider that could probably fix the screen or you can browse various part supplier sites and get a few parts to fix it yourself?
could be just a cable or the inverter, those would be the cheapest options. LCD may cost you ~$100
Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 1:11 PM (in response to blaineklein09)
depends on the mac pro you have.
you cant mix processors, but you may be able to swap out the current ones for the imac one, but again the socket types and compatibility may affect that.
the memory in the imac is compatible with some portables, Mac Pro uses desktop ECC ram.
hard drive shouldnt be a problem, correct.