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将iMac Intel Core i3 CPU升级到Core i7

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    Upgrade mid 2010 27 inch Apple iMac from a '''Core i3''' 3.2GHz (Dual core) to '''Core i7 '''2.93GHzi7''' 2.93GHz (Quad core) processor. [ … ] I used this guide for disassembly and reassembly. [ … ] http://www.btobey.com/learn/imac-ssd-install.php [ … ] Also added a 3TB SATA drive and 32Gb of RAM to max out this system under Lion 10.7 [ … ] * Update : Removed the 3Tb SATA drive and replaced with 512Gb SSD and upgraded to Mountain Lion 10.8 * If you upgrade or change the HD, you will need to buy HDDFanControl software to control the HDD fan which will run at full speed otherwise. [ … ] * April 2013 - 1 year later : This system has been absolutely ROCK SOLID with no crashes, no kernel panics and no freezes! [ … ] * April 2014 - 2 years later : now running OS X 10.9 Mavericks successfully with zero issues. System continues to be fast - but is starting to show its age compared to Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and Haswell architectures! Newer apps are starting to creak at the seams & the beachball is now a fixture. [ … ] * April 2015 - 3 years later. Yosemite 10.10.3. Continuity works but Handoff does not (lacks built-in Bluetooth LE v4.0). Not as fast as my Haswell Macbook Pro or 2010 Xeon 12 proc Mac Pro, but still rock solid. With these simple mods, I have gained years of additional service out of this "obsolete" machine! [ … ] * May 2016 - 4 years later. Running El Capitan 10.11.5 . Only Handoff does not work (see above) but everything else is rock solid. New Notepad app rocks as does a stable version of Apple Mail (at last), and now that the abomination that was 'discoveryd' is dead and the tried and true 'mDNS-Responder' is back, networking is stellar once again. The system continues to amaze with its longevity. [ … ] * August 2016 - 4+ years later. Now running Sierra 10.12 Beta 2 with zero issues other than the usual beta bugs. [ … ] * November 2017 - It’s been 5 years since I did the upgrade and I still use this iMac in anger every day! Now running a OWC 1TB SSD and High Sierra 10.13 with APFS. Machine has been absolutely flawless! [ … ] * September 2018 - It’s been 6 years, yes SIX years! since I did the upgrade and I still use this iMac in anger every day! Now running Mojave 10.14 with APFS, using Dosdude's Mojave Patcher. Please note - this 2010 iMac (11,3) built in video card is *NOT* Metal compatible so video acceleration is DISABLED with Mojave which makes your iMac screen refresh sluggish, Photos to go black and other graphics anomalies but everything else is stellar. Dark Mode makes the upgrade worth it. * Don’t install Mojave or Catalina on this machine. It will barely run and the experience is terrible. This quote is from DosDude1 himself: “Radeon HD 5xxx and 6xxx series video cards are not, and most likely never will be, supported under Mojave or later.“ * March 2019 - I have abandoned using Mojave 10.14 on this 2010 27” iMac. The slow GPU makes it completely unusable. I’m back to High Sierra 10.13 with APFS, 1TB internal SSD and 32Gb RAM. This appears to be my optimal configuration for this 2010 27” iMac
    Upgrade mid 2010 27 inch Apple iMac from a '''Core i3''' 3.2GHz (Dual core) to '''Core i7 '''2.93GHzi7''' 2.93GHz (Quad core) processor. [ … ] I used this guide for disassembly and reassembly. [ … ] http://www.btobey.com/learn/imac-ssd-install.php [ … ] Also added a 3TB SATA drive and 32Gb of RAM to max out this system under Lion 10.7 [ … ] * Update : Removed the 3Tb SATA drive and replaced with 512Gb SSD and upgraded to Mountain Lion 10.8 * If you upgrade or change the HD, you will need to buy HDDFanControl software to control the HDD fan which will run at full speed otherwise. [ … ] * April 2013 - 1 year later : This system has been absolutely ROCK SOLID with no crashes, no kernel panics and no freezes! [ … ] * April 2014 - 2 years later : now running OS X 10.9 Mavericks successfully with zero issues. System continues to be fast - but is starting to show its age compared to Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and Haswell architectures! Newer apps are starting to creak at the seams & the beachball is now a fixture. [ … ] * April 2015 - 3 years later. Yosemite 10.10.3. Continuity works but Handoff does not (lacks built-in Bluetooth LE v4.0). Not as fast as my Haswell Macbook Pro or 2010 Xeon 12 proc Mac Pro, but still rock solid. With these simple mods, I have gained years of additional service out of this "obsolete" machine! [ … ] * May 2016 - 4 years later. Running El Capitan 10.11.5 . Only Handoff does not work (see above) but everything else is rock solid. New Notepad app rocks as does a stable version of Apple Mail (at last), and now that the abomination that was 'discoveryd' is dead and the tried and true 'mDNS-Responder' is back, networking is stellar once again. The system continues to amaze with its longevity. [ … ] * August 2016 - 4+ years later. Now running Sierra 10.12 Beta 2 with zero issues other than the usual beta bugs. [ … ] * November 2017 - It’s been 5 years since I did the upgrade and I still use this iMac in anger every day! Now running a OWC 1TB SSD and High Sierra 10.13 with APFS. Machine has been absolutely flawless! [ … ] * September 2018 - It’s been 6 years, yes SIX years! since I did the upgrade and I still use this iMac in anger every day! Now running Mojave 10.14 with APFS, using Dosdude's Mojave Patcher. Please note - this 2010 iMac (11,3) built in video card is *NOT* Metal compatible so video acceleration is DISABLED with Mojave which makes your iMac screen refresh sluggish, Photos to go black and other graphics anomalies but everything else is stellar. Dark Mode makes the upgrade worth it. * Don’t install Mojave or Catalina on this machine. It will barely run and the experience is terrible. This quote is from DosDude1 himself: “Radeon HD 5xxx and 6xxx series video cards are not, and most likely never will be, supported under Mojave or later.“ * March 2019 - I have abandoned using Mojave 10.14 on this 2010 27” iMac. The slow GPU makes it completely unusable. I’m back to High Sierra 10.13 with APFS, 1TB internal SSD and 32Gb RAM. This appears to be my optimal configuration for this 2010 27” iMac

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      안내서 단계

      1 단계

      首先收集您的零件,工具,防静电表带和手套(手套用于玻璃和LCD)

      2 단계

      Core i7 2.93GHz四核处理器,北极银热复合和iFixit + OWC工具

      3 단계

      移除HD,光驱和主板。 按照优秀的iFixit指南来卸下这些零件。

      4 단계

      翻转主板,轻轻取下底部的4个梅花 8散热器螺丝(不是顶部的大十字螺丝)。

      5 단계

      使用北极银硅脂复合去除剂及其制备方法来摆脱工厂化合物。

      6 단계

      再见Core i3 欢迎Core i7。

      7 단계

      已经超过5年了 - 现在运行 High Sierra 10.13 - 机器仍然完美无瑕!

      8 단계

      六年多过去了-现在的系统是Mojave10.14.黑暗模式让我感觉没白折腾人.

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