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Removing cpu Hi I have a PM G5 2.3GHZ. I would like to swap PSU: how do I remove the CPU in order to replace psu?

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It is clearly laid out in your computer documentation, but go here... I could restate the facts, but just read the thing for yourself, http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=77290
BTW, it is the hardest and potentially most destructive thing you can do yourself, replacing the PSU.... good luck...

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You might be able to find diagrams on xlr8yourmac.com. Personally I wouldn't risk it if you don't know how to possibly soder stuff to the logic board. The G5 and Intel based Mac don't have the nice zif type processors of the G3/G4 days.

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