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Version actuelle par : Daniel ,

Titre:

Ipad 3 Processor Chip Overheating

Texte:

Hello,
I really do have an issue here. I have an ipad 3rd gen with 3g built in but I go to use the ipad and it will be very hot in the bottom left corner after a couple minutes which eventually left the ipad to not boot up and had to restore overtime. The restore fixes it but again the ipad gets hot so I ended up investigating more why it was becoming so hot.
I took the ipad apart and sourced out where the heat is coming from, and removed one of the shield plates giving access to the processor A5X chip.
After a couple minutes of gameplay, the chip is very hot and you cannot touch it. This seems to be the only place where its getting really hot. I did notice there was a thermal pad on it which had bubbles on it and so did the chip so I am not sure if its water damage or what but I really want to know what I can do to fix it because it obviously isn't normal to behave like that.
-Any help would be appreciated.
+Any help would be appreciated.
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+*** Also the ipad will start to freeze up when it gets super hot and apps sometimes will crash and won't open again even after restarting.

Appareil:

iPad 3G

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : Daniel ,

Titre:

Ipad 3 Processor Chip Overheating

Texte:

Hello,

I really do have an issue here. I have an ipad 3rd gen with 3g built in but I go to use the ipad and it will be very hot in the bottom left corner after a couple minutes which eventually left the ipad to not boot up and had to restore overtime. The restore fixes it but again the ipad gets hot so I ended up investigating more why it was becoming so hot.

I took the ipad apart and sourced out where the heat is coming from, and removed one of the shield plates giving access to the processor A5X chip.

After a couple minutes of gameplay, the chip is very hot and you cannot touch it. This seems to be the only place where its getting really hot. I did notice there was a thermal pad on it which had bubbles on it and so did the chip so I am not sure if its water damage or what but I really want to know what I can do to fix it because it obviously isn't normal to behave like that.

Any help would be appreciated.

Appareil:

iPad 3G

Statut:

open