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モデル番号A1286、発売日 2011年2月/2.0, 2.2もしくは2.3 GHzクアッドコアIntel Core i7プロセッサ

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Is it worth repairing the graphics card/logic board?

I have had this laptop since 2011 and it has held up pretty well along the way. I had the logic board replaced years ago during the recall program that Apple had. The repair was due to damage to the GPU presumably caused by lots of overheating, which I hear is common with this particular MacBook Pro model. Anyway, I've had it replaced once, and it's kicked the bucket again, leading to blue lines across the screen on boot and not being able to get passed the loading screen.

I just wonder if its worth sinking another ~$800 into this laptop so that I can try to use it through to the end of grad school, which I'll be done with in about 2 years. I have 16gb of RAM in it and a 1TB SSD and those upgrades have helped significantly in extending its life but I'm just unsure which way to go with this. I use a lot of CAD/CAM programs like Rhino and Revit as well as alot of Photoshop/Illustrator, just as a hint as to why it gets so overheated.

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So with these, pretty much any chips we can get for them will not last very long. Most supposed "New" AMD chipsets are either rejects or reballed garbage, so while soldering a new chip to the board is not a problem, getting a good chip that can last and be reliable is.

Sellers on ebay that claim to replace the GPUs are more often than not heating the chip up with a heatgun. Heat will make the chip work for a short amount of time.

Others will claim to reball the GPU. This again will only last for a short amount of time. The issue is not the solder balls. It's the bumps in the die itself. The heat involved in reballing will do the same thing that a $30 heatgun from home depot will do.

These machines are nice as far as serviceability... You can replace the battery with easy contrary to the 2012 and up Retina. If you have a 15 inch, I'd say get a 2012 board for it. These use a different chip and will work. You may need to do a slight modification to the LCD cable to get it to fit in the new board.

The board you want is a 820-3330. It uses a completely different GPU and will last you a good while into the foreseeable future.

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Hi! Any tips where i could find a 2012 board?

Small detail: I live in Belgium.

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http://www.powerbookmedic.com/xcart1/pag...

I’m about to ship my laptop into these guys. Looks like they do great work!

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Hello Arron, how did you make out? I'm in same exact boat. LB/GPU failed and replaced once thru recall a few years ago. Since then I 2x RAM, added SSD (dual HDs) and this weekend the GPU seems to have failed again!!

@tcrs_circuit really gave me some food for thought above! Sounds like they know their stuff as I've been reading about re-balls and heating etc. Also apprehensive to add more $ into late-2011 model that's getting older. So curious how you made out seeing some time has past...

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i am from india i have same problem graphic problem i have 2012 macbook pro core i 5 4 gb ram should i replace motherboard its worth or not help me

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I’ve saved about twenty 2011 15” MBP using this gem, it’s also free ;-)

To turn off the dual graphics capability of the GPU, install gfxCardStatus for Mac

Download https://gfx.io

This will disable GPU switching and force the MacBook Pro to use the higher powered discrete graphics card rather than the integrated GPU.

  1. Go to the  Apple menu and choose “System Preferences” and then go to “Energy” control panel
  2. Uncheck the box next to “Automatic graphics switching”
  3. Note the text which states this may decrease battery life on the MacBook Pro “When automatic switching is disabled, your computer will always use high-performance graphics. This may decrease battery life.” – if you are not OK with that do not disable this option
  4. Close out of System Preferences
  5. You can always return to the Energy preference panel to re-enable the GPU switching feature if desired.
  6. For MacBook Pro users who want to manually control their GPU use, you can use a third party tool like GFXCardStatus which has been around for quite some time and still works on most modern MacBook Pro models as well.
  7. https://gfx.io/switching.html

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Remi Carreiro さん、ありがとうございました!
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