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-Make sure that you get enough thermal paste! I have not done this, having the late 2006 C2D model, but I have taken many computers apart before. The most important thing to do when taking apart an Apple computer is to take a breath before opening and '''read before you pull!!''' Apple's line of computers are very tightly integrated - it will take vigilance and determination, but it is very possible to do such a repair. I've done several similar procedures, and so can you. I cannot stress the importance of reading ahead and staying chill. If you maintain your cool, you'll have no problems.
+Make sure that you get enough thermal paste! I have not done this, having the late 2006 C2D model, but I have taken many computers apart before. The most important thing to do when taking apart an Apple computer is to take a breath before opening and '''read before you pull!!''' Apple's line of computers are very tightly integrated - it will take vigilance and determination, but it is very possible to do such a repair. I've done several similar procedures, and so can you. Be sure not to bend the pins on the CPU. I cannot stress the importance of reading ahead and staying chill. If you maintain your cool, you'll have no problems.
I hope this helps :)

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Aporte original por: Axuak ,

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Make sure that you get enough thermal paste!  I have not done this, having the late 2006 C2D model, but I have taken many computers apart before.  The most important thing to do when taking apart an Apple computer is to take a breath before opening and '''read before you pull!!'''  Apple's line of computers are very tightly integrated - it will take vigilance and determination, but it is very possible to do such a repair.  I've done several similar procedures, and so can you.  I cannot stress the importance of reading ahead and staying chill.  If you maintain your cool, you'll have no problems.

I hope this helps  :)

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