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  1. Mac mini dies on me

    I performed a transplant on my mac mini 2009 - the taller white top one. Removed all antennas, and ran some of the terminal scripts posted on this site. AND removed power to the fan. Woow that gave a mayor boost in dimension and soundstage depth. BUT then after 45mins it died on me, I guessed properly due to overheating, it was a little more than hand worm on the outside, nothing wild. The day after I fired it up again, an now it ran for only 20mins and died, being a lot colder on the outside. Can we say something about what that is? Overheating, or did I fry some vital organs in my strive for perfection?
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