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Hanging off each end of the logic board, we find a small, modular USB-C board. Now that our beloved MagSafe connector has been retired, a wayward step on the power cord is much more likely to damage your ports—so, it's heartening to see the USB-C hardware can be replaced separately (although you'll have to remove the logic board to get to it). While both USB-C modules look identical to our eyes, Apple notes that only the left-side ports offer full-bandwidth Thunderbolt 3 performance.
  • Hanging off each end of the logic board, we find a small, modular USB-C board.

  • Now that our beloved MagSafe connector has been retired, a wayward step on the power cord is much more likely to damage your ports—so, it's heartening to see the USB-C hardware can be replaced separately (although you'll have to remove the logic board to get to it).

  • While both USB-C modules look identical to our eyes, Apple notes that only the left-side ports offer full-bandwidth Thunderbolt 3 performance.

  • With that, we can finally extract the fans. These highly-touted blowers measure 43 mm in diameter—a shade less than the 45 mm fan we found in the entry-level MacBook Pro (but hey, you get two of them).

  • Likely Texas Instruments motor controllers are found on the fan flex cables.

Aan beide eindes van het logic board vinden we een klein, modulair USB-C bord.

Nu de door ons zo geliefde MagSafe-aansluiting met pensioen is gestuurd, betekent dat een verkeerde stap op de kabel van je oplader meer kans op schade aan je poorten inhoudt—daarom is het bemoedigend te zien dat de USB-C hardware apart kan worden vervangen (alhoewel je het logic board moet verwijderen om die hardware te bereiken).

Hoewel beide USB-C modules identiek lijken, meent Apple dat enkel de poorten aan de linkerzijde volle bandbreedte Thunderbolt 3 performance kunnen leveren.

Met dat eruit kunnen we eindelijk de ventilatoren uit de laptop halen. Deze hoog aangeprezen blazers meten een diameter van 43 mm—iets minder dan de 45 mm ventilator die we in de entry-level MacBook Pro vonden (maar hey, je krijgt er nu wel twee).

[* black] Hanging off each end of the logic board, we find a small, modular USB-C board.
[* icon_caution] Now that our beloved MagSafe connector [http://ifixit.org/blog/8527/apple-no-magsafe/|has been retired|new_window=true], a wayward step on the power cord is much more likely to damage your ports—so, it's heartening to see the USB-C hardware can be replaced separately (although you'll have to remove the logic board to get to it).
[* icon_note] While both USB-C modules look identical to our eyes, [http://www.macrumors.com/2016/10/28/macbook-pro-tb3-reduced-pci-express-bandwidth/|Apple notes|new_window=true] that only the left-side ports offer full-bandwidth Thunderbolt 3 performance.
[* black] With that, we can finally extract the fans. These highly-touted blowers measure 43 mm in diameter—a shade less than the [guide|72415|45 mm fan|stepid=144863|new_window=true] we found in the entry-level MacBook Pro (but hey, you get two of them).
+[* icon_note] Likely Texas Instruments motor controllers are found on the fan flex cables.

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