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Cambios a iMac Intel 27" EMC 2374, AMD Radeon HD 4850 Video Card Removal & Repair Introducción

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Introduction
[video|https://youtu.be/v1DXBLkiqFM]Late 2009 iMac 27" Video Card Repair — ATI Radeon HD 4850[/video] [ … ] guide (see "Video Instructions" below) shows how to disassemble the iMac in order to remove and repair the video card, then reassemble and test. As shown in the video, it is highly recommended to I recommend that you label all connectors to make them easier to reconnect without error. error. I also suggest you watch the video guide on YouTube so you can read important information I added under the video there in its text description -- open the video on YouTube, look beneath the video and click on "SHOW MORE" to see all the notes. [ ] The basic procedure shown in my video has been successfully performed by others on 2010, 2011 and 2012 iMacs. [ ] I also made a SECOND VIDEO showing my second bake, which provides even more useful information such as the thermal paste I successfully used and how to apply it: https://youtu.be/6BJGLFCigdA
[video|https://youtu.be/v1DXBLkiqFM]Late 2009 iMac 27" Video Card Repair — ATI Radeon HD 4850[/video] [ … ] guide (see "Video Instructions" below) shows how to disassemble the iMac in order to remove and repair the video card, then reassemble and test. As shown in the video, it is highly recommended to I recommend that you label all connectors to make them easier to reconnect without error. error. I also suggest you watch the video guide on YouTube so you can read important information I added under the video there in its text description -- open the video on YouTube, look beneath the video and click on "SHOW MORE" to see all the notes. [ ] The basic procedure shown in my video has been successfully performed by others on 2010, 2011 and 2012 iMacs. [ ] I also made a SECOND VIDEO showing my second bake, which provides even more useful information such as the thermal paste I successfully used and how to apply it: https://youtu.be/6BJGLFCigdA
Conclusion
in place. place. Be sure to watch the video on YouTube so you can read the Text Description under the video which contains important information. Within that Text Description, I post a link to a second video I made on this topic, which I recommend you watch before getting started. And don't forget to bake at 200°C (400°F), noting the difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
in place. place. Be sure to watch the video on YouTube so you can read the Text Description under the video which contains important information. Within that Text Description, I post a link to a second video I made on this topic, which I recommend you watch before getting started. And don't forget to bake at 200°C (400°F), noting the difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit.