";s:4:"text";s:2889:" Furthermore, this specific iMac motherboard can only support and upgrade to a 3.06 ghz CPU. Place your thumb on the edge of the display and your fingers on the back side of the iMac. The best way to do this is by starting in the upper corners. Luckily, reassembling it is the same as taking it apart, but in reverse.After that, pull up on the black tab to disconnect the display cable from the iMac’s logic board.Next, there are twelve T8 Torx screws around the edge of the display that need removed. Either have a friend hold it up like that or use a stick or something to prop it up.Depending how the adapter mounts your SSD, the SATA cables may not be able to reach, which means you’re stuck. This will finally get you access to the internal hard drive.Start by placing the display unit back on, making sure to rest the right edge on the iMac as you prop up the left side, since you’ll need to plug the inverter cables back in. This CPU has a different pin and socket type. The Early 2008 iMac also moved from the 800 MHz system bus in the Early 2008 iMac to 1066 MHz, and clock speeds now range from 2.4 GHz to all the way up to a 3.06 GHz build-to-order option. All OWC SSDs backed by a lifetime warranty. Klik hier om te kijken wat de mogelijkheden zijn voor uw iMac. There are four screws on each side.You could unplug the temperature sensor from its connector, but there’s too great of a chance that you’ll reverse the connection or not plug it back in all the way, which will result in your iMac’s cooling fans running full blast all the time until you re-seat the connection.Don’t forget about the LCD temperature sensor cable as well.You’ll also need to remove the temperature sensor and the two pins on the other side of the original hard drive and move them to the SSD adapter as well.To begin removing the hard drive, you’ll first need to remove the temperature sensor that’s connected to the hard drive with adhesive, so remove the foam covering the sensor and then use your spudger to pry off the temperature sensor assembly from the hard drive’s surface.On the bottom edge of the iMac, take your Phillips screwdriver and remove the lone screw, which will allow the memory access plate to come off.