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You are facing a design choice Apple made that placed part of the displays logic within the main case. In its self that’s not a big issue, it’s where they placed it! So a part that needs to be kept cool is placed between two very hot heat sink radiators is not a good place! The double whammy is Apple also designed this system with the idea the 10 nm chips Intel had expected to deliver so the chip they had to go with runs hotter.
 
We also add to it! We place out systems on our bed or other cloth surface which blocks either the side vents or rear exit vent, so the system cooks even more!
 
Sadly, the part that cooks is the T-CON which is hardwired to the LCD panel you can’t replace it without replacing the panel which means you need to replace the entire assembly. There is no magic here sorry ;-{
 
You need a new display assembly.
 
Sadly, the replacement part won’t fix the underlying issue. Your habits will though! Install a good thermal monitoring app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can ramp up the fans, and of course keep the vents clear of anything that could block them. The last thing is not to push the system to the extreme. Make sure you have at least 1/4 of your drive free so your system doesn’t need to run wear leveling as often and you have room for virtual RAM.
 
=== Update (04/12/2020) ===
Here’s the guide to install the new display [guide|117328] and here’s a listing of a good source for the part [https://www.thebookyard.com/parts-retina-macbook-pro-13.php?cPath=39_367_518&sort=2a&filter_id=14|Mid 2017 13” MacBook Pro Retina, Function Key displays]
 
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編集者: Dan ,

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You are facing a design choice Apple made that placed part of the displays logic within the main case. In its self that’s not a big issue, it’s where they placed it! So a part that needs to be kept cool is placed between two very hot heat sink radiators is not a good place! The double whammy is Apple also designed this system with the idea the 10 nm chips Intel had expected to deliver so the chip they had to go with runs hotter.
 
We also add to it! We place out systems on our bed or other cloth surface which blocks either the side vents or rear exit vent, so the system cooks even more!
 
Sadly, the part that cooks is the T-CON which is hardwired to the LCD panel you can’t replace it without replacing the panel which means you need to replace the entire assembly. There is no magic here sorry ;-{
 
You need a new display assembly.
 
Sadly, the replacement part won’t fix the underlying issue. Your habits will though! Install a good thermal monitoring app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can ramp up the fansfans, and of course keep the vents clear of anything that could block them. The last thing is not to push the system to the extreme. Make sure you have at least 1/4 of your drive free so your system doesn’t need to run wear leveling as often and you have room for virtual RAM.
Sadly, the replacement part won’t fix the underlying issue. Your habits will though! Install a good thermal monitoring app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can ramp up the fansfans, and of course keep the vents clear of anything that could block them. The last thing is not to push the system to the extreme. Make sure you have at least 1/4 of your drive free so your system doesn’t need to run wear leveling as often and you have room for virtual RAM.

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編集者: Dan ,

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You are facing a design choice Apple made that placed part of the displays logic within the main case. In its self that’s not a big issue, it’s where they placed it! So a part that needs to be kept cool is placed between two very hot heat sink radiators is not a good place! The double whammy is Apple also designed this system with the idea the 10 nm chips Intel had expected to deliver so the chip they had to go with runs hotter.
 
We also add to it! We place out systems on our bed or other cloth surface which blocks either the side vents or rear exit vent, so the system cooks even more!
 
Sadly, the part that cooks is the T-CON which is hardwired to the LCD panel you can’t replace it without replacing the panel which means you need to replace the entire assembly. There is no magic here sorry ;-{
 
You need a new display assembly.
 
Sadly, the replacement part won’t fix the underlying issue. Your habits will though! Install a good thermal monitoring app like [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro] so you can ramp up the fans and of course keep the vents clear of anything that could block them. The last thing is not to push the system to the extreme. Make sure you have at least 1/4 of your drive free so your system doesn’t need to run wear leveling as often and you have room for virtual RAM.

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オリジナル投稿者: Dan ,

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You are facing a design choice Apple made that placed part of the displays logic within the main case. In its self that’s not a big issue, it’s where they placed it! So a part that needs to be kept cool is placed between two very hot heat sink radiators is not a good place! The double whammy is Apple also designed this system with the idea the 10 nm chips Intel had expected to deliver so the chip they had to go with runs hotter.

We also add to it! We place out systems on our bed or other cloth surface which blocks either the side vents or rear exit vent, so the system cooks even more!

Sadly, the part that cooks is the T-CON which is hardwired to the LCD panel you can’t replace it without replacing the panel which means you need to replace the entire assembly. There is no magic here sorry ;-{

You need a new display assembly.

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