Is it possible to replace the CPU socket on this board?
How to remove handles!
These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
A1991 (EMC 3203) 2.5 GHz (28-Core), A1991 (EMC 3203) 2.7 GHz (24-Core), A1991 (EMC 3203) 3.2 GHz (16-Core), A1991 (EMC 3203) 3.3 GHz (12-Core), A1991 (EMC 3203) 3.5 GHz (Eight Core)
Background and Identification
After designing themselves into a thermal corner with the 2013 “trash can” Mac Pro, Apple came forward with a completely re-thinked Mac Pro at WWDC in 2019. The new Mac Pro boasts impressive modularity and a clever new thermal design.
The 2019 Mac Pro comes in a wide variety of configurations with the following specs:
- 8-Core 3.5GHz Intel Xeon W
- 12-Core 3.3GHz Intel Xeon W
- 16-Core 3.2GHz Intel Xeon W
- 24-Core 2.7GHz Intel Xeon W
- 28-Core 2.5GHz Intel Xeon W
- 32GB—Four 8GB DIMMs
- 48GB—Six 8GB DIMMs
- 96GB—Six 16GB DIMMs
- 192GB—Six 32GB DIMMs
- 384GB—Six 64GB DIMMs
- 768GB—Six 128GB DIMMs or 12 64GB DIMMs
- 1.5TB—12 128GB DIMMs (Requires 24-core or 28-core processor)
- Graphics (graphics cards come in double or quadruple-wide custom “MPX” modules that utilize a PCIe Gen3 16x slot and an adjacent MPX slot)
- AMD Radeon Pro 580X
- AMD Radeon Pro Vega II
- AMD Radeon Pro Vega II Duo
- 256GB SSD—One 256GB module
- 1TB SSD—Two 512GB modules
- 2TB SSD—Two 1TB modules
- 4TB SSD—Two 2TB modules
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking
- Bluetooth 5.0 wireless technology
- Power Supply
- 1.4 kilowatts, capable of 1280W at 108–125V or 220–240V
- Apple: Mac Pro Tech Specs
- Wikipedia: Mac Pro