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Removing and replacing your processor The procedure in this section can be performed after you have removed the c-class workstation’s side cover. To remove the side cover, lift up on the cover latch and pull outward as shown in Figure 1. Figure 1.
3. Remove the processor’s heat sink mounting screws from the system board and workstation chassis. Next, remove the processor heat sink. See Figure 3. Figure 3. Removing the Processor’s Heat Sink and Fan 4. Remove the thermo-interface compound (a small square sheet of foil with a black wax coating on both sides of it).
5. Lift up on the processor socket’s release lever. This releases the processor for removal from its socket. See Figure 5. Figure 5. Lifting Up on the Processor Socket’s Release Lever 6. Remove the processor from its socket. See Figure 6. Figure 6.
replacing the processor 1. Ensure that you are properly ground with an anti-static strap. 2. Replace the processor in its socket. To properly replace the processor in its socket, you must align the beveled corner of the processor with the corner of the socket closest to the socket release lever.
4. Place a new thermo-interface compound on top of the processor. This is a small square sheet of foil with a black wax coating on both sides of it. See Figure 9. Figure 9. Replacing the Thermo-Interface Compound 5. Replace the processor’s heat sink and fan on the system board by aligning the fan and heat sink as shown in Figure 10.
6. Replace the fan power cable. See Figure 11. Note that the fan’s power cable connector is keyed for proper connection on the system board. Figure 11. Replacing the Fan Power Cable...