メインコンテンツにスキップ
英語
日本語

手順 7を翻訳中

手順7
Apple's iterative streamlining is again in effect, with a slimmed down and beautified CPU heat sink. We compared this new heat sink to last November's bigger, beefier, and more securely-fastened spidery mess, and started to wonder what changed to allow such a slender 'sink.
  • Apple's iterative streamlining is again in effect, with a slimmed down and beautified CPU heat sink.

  • We compared this new heat sink to last November's bigger, beefier, and more securely-fastened spidery mess, and started to wonder what changed to allow such a slender 'sink.

  • The truth was alarming—the CPU is soldered in place on the logic board, and cannot be removed, replaced, or upgraded.

  • As far as we can tell, this is the first aluminum iMac to have a soldered CPU; it's a silent, but clear, shift to even poorer iMac upgradeability.

  • 21.5-inch: 2.9GHz corei5 CPU is upgradeable and the double side sticky strips for the the 2012 model work on this late 2013 model as well.

ここに翻訳を挿入する

ここに翻訳を挿入する

ここに翻訳を挿入する

ここに翻訳を挿入する

ここに翻訳を挿入する

クリエイティブコモンズのオープンソース著作権のもと、あなたの投稿は著作権の対象となります