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편집 승인됨 완료자 Jeff Suovanen

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-[* black] Prying the CPU out of its thermal pad nest was surprisingly tough, someone wants this processor to keep cool.
+[* black] This CPU is quite well thermally-''pasted'' into its heat sink; prying it out was surprisingly tough. Someone wants this processor to keep cool.
[* black] Finally, we're face to face with the star of this teardown: an Intel [http://ark.intel.com/products/97147/Intel-Core-i5-7400-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3_50-GHz|SR32W|new_window=true] Core i5-7400 Kaby Lake CPU, 6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz.
+[* black] Looking at the rest of the [http://ark.intel.com/compare/97144,97183,97150,97123,97121,97532,97459,97523,97184,97147,97535,97472,97456,97531,97528,97539,95443,95452,97461|Kaby Lake lineup|new_window=true], we're actually not seeing ''any'' desktop-class CPUs in a BGA package. Maybe Apple reverted to a socketed CPU because that's all Intel is offering at the moment.
+[* black] On the other hand, with Apple's clout and famously fierce negotiating skills, you'd think they could have gotten a soldered CPU from Intel if they really wanted it. Also, we have modular RAM that remains totally unexplained.
+[* black] Have you been hearing our pleas, Apple?