Resolved Mac Pro 2010 Mid 升级 X5690 记录

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  1. shyanster macrumors newbie

    shyanster

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    大家好,虽然我来自遥远的中国,但是这个优秀的 Mac 论坛给了我很大的帮助,我在升级 Mac Pro 2010之前阅读了论坛上很多前辈的帖子,以及大家的讨论内容,首先感谢大家!

    接下来和大家分享我的 Mac Pro 2010 升级过程

    我有一台标准配置的 Mac Pro 2010 Mid 机器,配置为X5620 2.4G *2,内存 6GB ECC,我的升级对象是 X5690,在论坛中看到大家的讨论,主要是有2个问题:

    -升级 X5690后,130W 的热功率,电源能否承担
    -原装散热器是否能够保证系统的稳定运行,并且让 CPU 保持一个健康的温度

    第一个问题我觉得 Mac Pro 的950w 电源应该可以承担电力问题,第二个问题,我确实升级前没有把握,但是我做了尝试,最终效果我认为是可以的,升级后,第一个X5690的温度,机器运行一段时间厚,保持在45摄氏度,与5620相似。而第二颗 X5690的温度会更低一些,大概只有35摄氏度,完全在健康范围。

    在通过视频渲染的满载测试时,第一颗 X5690的温度达到64~66摄氏度之间徘徊,风扇转速达到1500转,此时的噪音仍然在可接受范围。第二颗 X5690的温度大概在50度左右,因此我认为,Mac Pro 2010 Mid 完全可以升级 X5690。

    值得一提的是,我在国内的服务器商手中,买到了两颗全新的库存 CPU,每颗大概250美金,价格相当划算,记得去年的价格大概在500美金左右,总之我认为这是一次超值的升级。

    接下来是我的升级过程:

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    这是我的工作台环境,搭配一台 LG 34UC97 显示器

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    今天刚刚收到的 X5690 CPU

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    好,升级开始,拿出 CPU 主板

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    拧开螺丝,取下散热器,使用清洁套装把散热硅脂清理干净,拿下旧的 CPU

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    散热器也清理干净

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    换上 X5690 CPU!

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    涂上Arctic Silver 5

    然后重新安装散热器,一切都很顺利,2010款 Mac Pro 没有2009款那么麻烦,不需要加2mm 垫片,也不需要解决垫高厚的散热问题,更不用担心损坏主板,我觉得非常好!

    好了,顺利安装完成,散热器螺丝拧紧后,把主板放回机箱内,这一刻很激动,我知道不会有什么问题,因为安装一切都非常顺利,除非 CPU 是坏的,否则,我相信这次升级不会出现任何以外,果然,听到了熟悉的开机声音。到此,升级过程结束。

    但是这里有一个小插曲,在拿出主板的时候,我不小心把散热器磕到了显示器的一角,结果竟然磕出了一个小坑,苹果的散热器的确导热非常快,但是同时也非常的薄!虽然不影响使用,但是很影响心情,大家请一定小心!

    下面来看一下磕碰到的散热片:

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    仔细看,有一处小坑

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    好了,升级成功!

    那么性能提升了多少呢?

    下面放一张升级前后,Geekbench3的测试成绩:

    屏幕快照 2015-09-30 下午5.36.54.png

    还是非常不错的,对吗?

    补充一句:我订购的64G DDR3 1333 REG ECC 内存,还没有收到,所以这个成绩只是6G DDR 1333 ECC 的成绩,我相信升级内存后,分数还会有进一步提升。

    好了,我的分享就到这里,你可能看不懂我在说什么,请用翻译软件吧!

    Thank You!
     
  2. Lucas Godfrey macrumors 6502

    Lucas Godfrey

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    Hello everyone, although I come from distant China, but this excellent Mac forum gave me a great help, I upgraded Mac Pro 2010 reading posts on the forum a lot of seniors, and everyone's discussions, first of all thank you!

    Then share with my Mac Pro 2010 upgrade process

    I have a Mac Pro 2010 Mid standard configuration machine, configured X5620 2.4G * 2, memory 6GB ECC, the object is to upgrade my X5690, see our discussions in the forums, there are two main problems:

    - After upgrading X5690, 130W thermal power, power can assume
    - Whether the original radiator to ensure stable operation of the system, and allow the CPU to maintain a healthy temperature

    The first question I think of Mac Pro 950w power supply should be able to assume power problems, the second question, I really was not sure before the upgrade, but I do try, the final result I think it is possible, after the upgrade, the first X5690 temperature, thickness of the machine running for some time, kept at 45 degrees Celsius, and 5620 similar. The second teeth X5690 temperature will be lower, probably only 35 degrees Celsius, is completely in the healthy range.

    When video rendering full load test, the first one X5690 temperature reaches hovering between 64 to 66 degrees Celsius, the fan speed of 1,500 rpm, the noise at this time still in the acceptable range. Second teeth X5690 temperature about 50 degrees, so I think, Mac Pro 2010 Mid fully upgraded X5690.

    It is worth mentioning that my server in the hands of domestic, buy two new stock CPU, about $ 250 each tablet, the price is quite a bargain, remember last year's price of around 500 dollars, in short, I think this is a super upgrade values.

    Next is my upgrade process:

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    This is my workbench environment, with a monitor LG 34UC97

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    X5690 CPU just received today

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    Well, the upgrade starts out CPU motherboard

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    Loosen the screws, remove the radiator, using the cleaning kit to clean the thermal grease, won the old CPU

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    Also clean the radiator

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    Put X5690 CPU!

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    Apply Arctic Silver 5

    Then reinstall the radiator, everything is going well, the 2010 Mac Pro 2009 models not so much trouble, do not need to add 2mm shim, do not need to solve the heat problem booster thick, but do not worry about damage to the board, I feel very good!

    Well, the successful installation is complete, tighten the screws after the radiator, the motherboard back into the chassis, this moment very excited, I know there will be no problem, because everything is very smooth installation, unless CPU is bad, otherwise, I believe The upgrade will not be any other than, really, to hear the startup sound familiar. At this point, the upgrade process is completed.

    But there is a small episode in the time to come up with the motherboard, I do not accidentally knock the radiator to the corner of the display, the result was a knock out of the pits, apple thermal radiator indeed very fast, but it also is very thin ! Although not affect the use, but it is affecting mood, you must be careful, please!

    Let's look at the bump to the heat sink:

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    Look carefully, there is a small pit

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    Well, upgrade success!

    Then the performance increase how much?

    Place the piece before and after the upgrade, Geekbench3 test scores:

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    It is still very good, right?

    Add: I ordered 64G DDR3 1333 REG ECC memory, have not received, so this result is just 6G DDR 1333 ECC results, I believe that after upgrading the memory, the score will be further improved.

    Well, I share it here, you probably do not understand what I'm saying, please use the translation software now
     
  3. shyanster thread starter macrumors newbie

    shyanster

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