15インチディスプレイのMacBook Proモデル

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Not PC, not Hackintosh. Just a very powerful Mac

I’m building a 15 inch Macbook powered pen-enabled tablet computer designed for creative professionals. I need more than 16GB horsepower to run the OS and my extensive amount of software.

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Please note that MacOS doesn’t natively support touchscreen displays, well, at least not for the touch option. So, you would have to find a tweak that would enable this, or it wouldn’t work anyways.

Now for the actually answer after my little roast on MacOS for being not touchscreen display compatible lol.

So, for the soldered connections, there is really no space to install a slot for a stick of ram, which is how they crammed all of the power into the laptop.

The only way to upgrade the CPU is to have micro-soldering skills, and a CPU compatible with the socket and the model identifier.

For the GPU, it is soldered to the board like the CPU, and you would have to have a GPU compatible with the socket and the model identifier.

So, in conclusion, there is really no way to install a ram slot in the place of the soldered ram, and the CPU is pretty much limited to CPU’s compatible with the model identifier, e.g MacBookAir7,2, but with a Pro instead of Air.

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Posted: 07/18/2018 by Charlie B

Thanks to TheYootz Media Group, In 2015 apple decided that their computers will no longer be able to be upgraded, as both the RAM and the SSD are soldered to the motherboard. The only way to upgrade those parts would involve replacing the entire motherboard. (I'm familiar with the proper tech.

I only need links to the proper re-placement parts.

In the attached link for the teardown you can see the SSD highlighted in yellow, and the RAM highlighted in green.

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In order to build a powerful graphics or CAD/CAM design workstation, there are 4 main requirements:

  1. A motherboard that provides quad channels for memory and plenty of memory slots. You were correct in saying that 16 GB is the minimum amount of RAM required.
  2. A multicore processor with a large CPU cache. A processor with 6 cores and a 15 MB cache is a good bet.
  3. One or more fast hard drives with plenty of capacity. For instance, two Solid State Drives that total 2TB of storage and support SATA III connection cables.
  4. A high-end video card. Probably the best chipset manufacturer for high-end video cards is NVIDIA (www.nvidia.com). Their Quadro family of GPUs are relatively high-functioning.

That being said, it will be difficult to get the highest-functioning graphics station components by building a laptop or tablet device.

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Here's the information that The Internet's have made available. I hope it helps. My build is patterned after the Modbook (modbook.com/modbookpro-specs), a brand of pen-enabled tablets that was targeted for creative professionals in need of more than enough horsepower (ram) to run macOS and my substantial amount of creative software.

Mac tablet computers were first manufactured by Axiotron, Inc. from 2008 to 2010, and then by Modbook Inc. from 2012 to present. Based on certain models of the Macbook and Macbook Pro using the original motherboard and all other core components, the Modbook is able to run the Mac operating system unmodified and maintain the same level of compatibility with any Mac application.

The only question I’ve asked is that I need more than the inadequate 8 or 16gb of ram when I need at minimum 32gb. Again, my question is: How to modify it to do away with the soldered connections in order to install an aftermarket ram replacement?????

I was hoping I can find a can do place.

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I would recommend you give ModBook a try. From what I understand they have stopped making Mac systems as the current MacBook Pro Touch Bar systems are so so different from the older ones.

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You’ll have a hard time here as MacOS or even the older OS-X doesn't offer touchscreen support. The best you can do is a Watcom tablet as an input for drawing not much else.

The older 2012 Unibody will allow you to go to 16 GB of RAM and the drive is only a SATA III (6.0 Gb/s), but the CPU is soldered to the logic board and there is no upgrade possible as the newer Intel CPU’s use a very different pin array.

A Pro today needs as many cores/threads as possible. The latest Intel i9 offers 6 or 8 cores but the needed cooling for this chip to really sing is what Apple encountered as such its throttled very badly. High speed RAM & PCIe/NVMe storage is also needed.

I doubt you can modify any MacBook Pro to meet your needs. If you have the cash I would just go to China to the one of the custom PC houses and work on building from the ground up a system that meets your needs.

I think Apple beat you to the punch with the iPad Pro tablets as being the best you can do today.

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Creative さん、ありがとうございました!
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