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[* black] What's this? A little baby module! This one's nestled between two groups of DIMM slots and looksappears to be the speaker.
[* black] What's this? A little baby module! This one's nestled between two groups of DIMM slots and looksappears to be the speaker.
[* black] With basically everything else out of the way, we turn our attention to the brains of this whole operation: the CPU, currently trapped beneath its giant heat sink.
[*[* black] The heat sink is secured to its mounting bracket with some huge T15 Torx Plus screws, but they're hidden deep inside and we can't quite reach them ...
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black] With [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210556|no CPU replacement guide to turn to|new_window=true] we call an audible and unscrew the heat sink bracket from the backside of the logic board.
[*[* black] The heat sink is secured to its mounting bracket with some huge T15 Torx Plus screws, but they're hidden deep inside and we can't quite reach them ...
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black] With [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210556|no CPU replacement guide to turn to|new_window=true] we call an audible and unscrew the heat sink bracket from the backside of the logic board.
[* black] Our workaround works—the heat sink slides away from the board, with the bracket and CPU in tow. Sure would have been nice to know what we were getting into though!
[* icon_note] We hope that Apple is hard at work flushing out the rest of the necessary guides for this Pro Mac, but our hopes aren't ''too ''high—we've already started on the ones they're missing.