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CSIS 320 SEMESTER PROJECT By: Josh La Brie, Tim Carter, Max Loth, & Andrew Witt Lenovo ThinkCentre M58p
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COMPONENTS Case Motherboard Fan Assembly(s) CPU Primary Memory Secondary Memory External I/O modules
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THE PROCESS Dismantling Step 1: Remove casing Step 2: Remove Power Supply Step 3: Remove SATA Cables (2x) Step 4: Unplug power supply from all other Components Step 5: Remove
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THE PROCESS Dismantling Step 6: Remove hard drive Step 7: Disconnect I/O from motherboard Step 8: Remove Ram sticks from motherboard Step 9: Unscrew CPU Fan
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THE PROCESS Rebuilding Step 10: Screw in Motherboard Step 11: Insert Ram sticks into blue DIM slots Step 12: Screw on CPU fan Step 13: Plug in CPU and system fan into motherboard
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THE PROCESS Rebuilding Step 14: Plug in Graphics Card Step 15: Connect fan headers into mother board.
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