This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart guide for the Mac Pro.

Anton

2 months ago
Hi, Thank you for putting this videos, but you omit to explain important steps like heat-sink cover removal and screws for the front fan assembly. The video-cards and other PCI-e devices are held by a bracket and so on. These steps are important part of the process and can not be overlooked.

TyG

5 months ago
Good video. But you stopped short of removing the PSU fan. This is the part I am trying to replace. It has black rubber plugs in the 4 corners that seem very difficult to remove. I don't want to break them. Any help would be appreciated.

TyG

5 months ago
@Chris - Did you ever find out how to remove and replace the PSU fan in your Mac Pro?

Ty

5 months ago
@Chris - Not a stupid question. I am trying to replace mine too. This looks to be the hardest, least explained part to replace on these Mac Pros. I'm pulling my hair out.

Chris

1 year ago
May be a stupid question but does anyone know how to remove the psu fan it's held in by black rubber catches but I don't wormy to break them just to take out the fan. Any help would be great

Chris

1 year ago
May be a stupid question but does anyone know how to remove the psu fan it's held in by black rubber catches but I don't wormy to break them just to take out the fan. Any help would be great

Nile Ridgeman

2 years ago
There's a second screw on my 3,1 2008 8x2.8: at the very bottom of the fan unit at the corner nearest the heart shield. Easy to remove, difficult to put back, but once it and the black one on the board are out it's super easy. I can see why you have to pull the graphics card to pull the heat shield, but no idea why they have the memory unit loosened. Heat shield is held on by magnets BTW.

Grin

3 years ago
...whew...ok found that too. If i can upload a pict i will.
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