Calibrating G5 thermals

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by desantii, Apr 11, 2011.

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    desantii

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    I am getting back on to the PPC badwagon. Recently got a G4 dual 1.25 up and runninga nd now fixing up a dual 2.0 G5 (might be able to get a dual core 2.3 as well)

    How do I run a thermal calibration? When is it needed? thanks
     
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    Hrududu

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    To run the thermal calibration you need a copy of the Apple Service Diagnostic which your local Authorized Service Provider can run for you. Unless you've replaced the processors or logicboard, you really shouldn't need to run it.
     
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    desantii

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    I am replacing logic board, building a working machine out of two dead ones.
     
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    desantii

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    Do I have to go to the store or is it available for purchase anywhere?

    thanks

     
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    Joshuarocks

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    You want this?? I have it.. let me know what Model G5 you have and I can get it for you.
     

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