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[* black] The next logical step is to separate the logic board fromis the heat sink. No one ever accused us of being logical, but in this case we fall in line.
[* black] [http://meehaan.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/tumblr_lsbeyvltyn1qdecqko6_250.gif|The tank is clean!]
next logical step. The CPU looks a bit surprised to see us. It'sis the last to go, left clinging to the side of the heat sink via a thin smear of thermal paste.
[* black] The next logical step is to separate the logic board fromis the heat sink. No one ever accused us of being logical, but in this case we fall in line.
[* black] [http://meehaan.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/tumblr_lsbeyvltyn1qdecqko6_250.gif|The tank is clean!]
next logical step. The CPU looks a bit surprised to see us. It'sis the last to go, left clinging to the side of the heat sink via a thin smear of thermal paste.
[* black] After teasing it away with the spudger, we decipher the markings.
[* black] Quad-Core Intel Xeon [http://ark.intel.com/products/75779/|E5-1620 v2] with 10 MB L3 cache, clocked at 3.7 GHz, Turbo Boost up to 3.9 GHz.
[* black] While it took a bit of a trek, a CPU upgrade appears entirely possible, and well worth it, with an [http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=18556069&postcount=37|alleged cost savings of $1050|new_window=true] for an upgrade to 12 cores.