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Accessing the GPU is easy and requires no tools. Use this guide to add or replace RAM for your Mac Pro.

  1. Lift the lever to unlock the case.
    • Lift the lever to unlock the case.

  2. Remove the side panel of the Mac Pro.
    • Remove the side panel of the Mac Pro.

    • Discharge any static electricity by touching a grounded surface prior to working on any internal components.

  3. Locate the graphics card in the open panel side of your Mac Pro.
    • Locate the graphics card in the open panel side of your Mac Pro.

  4. Unscrew the two thumb screws by twisting counterclockwise using your fingers until the slide lock is released. Remove the slide lock. Remove the slide lock.
    • Unscrew the two thumb screws by twisting counterclockwise using your fingers until the slide lock is released.

    • Remove the slide lock.

  5. Push up on the clip directly behind the graphics card to release it from its slot. Slide the graphics card out of the slot using both hands by firmly holding the corners of the top of the card as shown. Handle the card only by its edges. Don't touch any exposed components or connectors.
    • Push up on the clip directly behind the graphics card to release it from its slot.

    • Slide the graphics card out of the slot using both hands by firmly holding the corners of the top of the card as shown.

    • Handle the card only by its edges. Don't touch any exposed components or connectors.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I have a first generation Mac Pro (1,1 – 2 x 3GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon) that I purchased in November 2007.

I still love it.

THANK YOU for your valuable User Guides, and parts replacement guides!

David R Purnell - Contestar

Hi, I just installed Mac OS X High Sierra in my 2010 Mac Pro. The first monitor is active with the ATI Radeon HD5770. However the #2 screen is inactive with its ATI Radeon HD3870. Should I get another HD5770 or a different card so I can use the second screen?

Robert Lloyd - Contestar

For starters this is the first generation forum while your 2010 is a fifth generation model.

Nevertheless I had an interesting situation with the 5770 in a first gen machine that only ran under strange circumstances—a situation wroth sharing nevertheless.:

Ati Radeon X1900Xt had to be installed on bay 1 for the 5770 to work on bay 4

But for your situation, the question is: does the 3870 work standalone in its bay if the 5770 is taken out completely?

And if you swap the graphics cards into each others’ position, what’s the result?

allenwilson33 -

Hi. My 1st Gen Mac Pro is maxed out with OS X Lion 10.7. I heard I may be able to make it a 5th Gen by switching a chip. Is anyone familiar with this?

Harold L. Watkins - Contestar

Hi, I have a first generation MacBook Pro which is maxed out with OS X Lion 10.7. I heard I may be able to upgrade it to a generation 5 by switching out a chip. Is anyone familiar with this?

Harold L. Watkins - Contestar

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