Power mac g5 dual 2.7

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  1. Power mac G5 | GHz (Dual Processor) | PCI-X - rewagangrogus.ga
  2. Identifiers: Early 2005 - M9749LL/A - PowerMac7,3 - A1047 - 2061
  3. The Mighty Power Mac G5
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  5. WTB - Power Mac G5 Dual 2.7GHz (model M9749)

Using a mat knife or Xacto knife, pry up and remove the plug at the center of the locking rivet. Warning: If you are not certified to service this product, removing the rivet will void the computer's warranty. Extra rivets are available as part number Power Mac G5 Take Apart 69 3.

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Screw a cup hook into the center of the remaining rivet and holding onto the hook, rock the rivet back and forth until you work it out of the heatsink cover. Note: You may find it useful to insert a wooden stick into the hook to help pull out the rivet. Slide the cover to the left to unlatch the four metal latches under the cover.

Lift the cover up and off the heatsink. Slide the cover toward the back of the computer and then press down firmly until you feel the cover lock into place. Tilt the processor inlet frame to the left and then up to unlatch the plastic piece from the heatsink. Power Mac G5 Take Apart 73 Note: The processor in this procedure is secured by four screws requiring either a long- handled Phillips screwdriver or a long-handled 2.

To determine which tool to use, check the head of the screw in the unit you are repairing.

If the processor mounting screws have a Phillips head, remove the four screws. If the processor mounting screws have a hex head, loosen the four screws but do not remove them from their standoffs. Lift the heatsink and processor straight up out of the computer. Warning: The heatsink and processor are a unit.

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Never separate the heatsink from the processor, or you will damage the processor and void the warranty. Note: If you have trouble removing the original processor processor feels stuck or installing the replacement processor, check for damaged split standoffs. One or more may be spread too far open, keeping the processor from fully seating in its connector.

Replace any damaged split standoffs with the standoffs included with the processor. Repeat steps 1 -3 for the second processor, if necessary. If you are replacing the processor with a new processor, do the following: When removing the new processor from its packaging, be careful to lift the processor straight up out of the box. Tilting the processor could damage the heatsink seal. Before installing the processor, remove the cap over the processor connector. Warning: Do not remove the clear plastic strip on the bottom of the processor. Removing the plastic could cause a short in the logic board.

Power Mac G5 Take Apart 75 2. Do the following if: a you are replacing the processor with a new processor and b the holes for the mounting screws in the original processor are smaller than the holes for the mounting screws in the new processor. Otherwise, go to step 3. Remove the four processor standoffs marked by circles in the illustration below. Do not remove the processor locator pin marked by the square. Install the four processor standoff assemblies that came with the replacement processor. Note: Be sure the standoff assemblies are well secured.

Identifiers: Early 2005 - M9749LL/A - PowerMac7,3 - A1047 - 2061

Use pliers to tighten them. Otherwise, go to step 4. Remove the four processor standoff assemblies marked by circles in the illustration below. Install the four processor standoffs that came with the replacement processor. Note: Be sure the standoffs are well secured.

Power Mac G5 Take Apart 77 4. Lower the processor over the four standoffs. Press down on the base of the heatsink to make sure the processor is connected to the logic board. Firmly tighten the screws in the four standoffs. Note: If you installed standoff assemblies in step 2, the screws are part of the assemblies and require a long-handled hex wrench. If you stalled standoffs in step 3, the screws are separate Phillips screws included with the replacement processor and require a long-handled Phillips screwdriver. Repeat steps 1 -6 for the second processor, if necessary.

Replace the front inlet fan assembly. Important: Whenever you replace a processor with a new processor, you must run Apple Service Diagnostic once the computer is reassembled. For more information, see "Thermal Calibration" in the Troubleshooting chapter. Except where noted, the procedure for the Panasonic version is the same. Tools This procedure requires a long-handled 2.

Note: The processor in this procedure is secured by eight screws requiring a long-handled 2. Loosen the four hex screws marked below, but do not remove them from their standoffs. Loosen the four remaining hex screws but do not remove them from their standoffs.

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Hold the heatsink by the middle and lift the heatsink straight up out of the computer. Warning: The heatsink and processor are one unit. Do not attempt to open or service the liquid cooling system. Opening the liquid cooling system may damage your equipment and such damage may not be covered by the limited warranty on your computer. Before installing the processor, remove the caps over the processor connectors.

Delphi version Panasonic version Check to make sure the top edges of both processors align. Power Mac G5 Take Apart 4. Replace the eight standoffs with the new standoffs bundled with the processor. Lower the processor over the eight standoffs and two processor connectors. Press down on the middle bridge of the heatsink to make sure the processor is connected to the logic board.

Gently rock the heatsink until it feels seated. Warning: Don't press on the end of the heatsink or you'll damage the processor. Tighten the screws in the eight standoffs in the order indicated above.

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Tighten the remaining screws from step 2. Replace the processor inlet frame on the front of the heatsink. Preliminary Steps Before you begin, open the computer, lay it on its side with the access side facing up and remove the processor. Release the cable from the PCI divider cable guides.

Disconnect the cable from the logic board. Note: This illustration shows the logic board removed from the enclosure. You do not have to remove the logic board to change the cable. Disconnect the fan cable from the logic board. Note: Press the cable connector up toward the media shelf when disconnecting the cable 2.

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Press down on the two tabs on the top of the fan bracket to release the two latches. Lift the fan bracket and fans out of the enclosure. If you are replacing the fans, use needlenose pliers to pull each fan off the four grommets that mount it to the bracket, and remove the fans and cable from the bracket. Route the modem filter board cable out through the opening in the PCI divider. Disengage the cable from the cable guides on the PCI divider.

Power Mac G5 Take Apart 5. Slide the modem filter board back to disengage it from its mounting bracket, and remove the board and cable from the logic board. Replacement Note: When re-installing the modem filter board in its mounting bracket, be careful to engage the slots in the board with the edges of the bracket. Replacement Note: Be careful when rerouting the modem filter cable that it routes under the black connector for the front inlet fan and out through the correct opening in the PCI divider.

Make sure the cable is in place behind all cable guides. Disconnect the black antenna cable from the AirPort Extreme Card if installed.