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Version actuelle par : DrGlowire ,

Titre:

Computer slows down when connected to external monitors

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I am working on a MacBook Pro that has dual GPUS (Intel Iris & AMD Radeon)

The user uses 2 external monitors.

His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %.  The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.

The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.

Is this a hardware failure?  Thanks

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2015

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+379700

Modifié par : DrGlowire ,

Titre:

Computer slows down when connected to external monitors

Texte:

I am working on a MacBook Pro that has dual GPUS (Intel Iris & AMD Radeon)

The user uses 2 external monitors.

His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %.  The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.

The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.

Is this a hardware failure?  Thanks

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2015

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

-379709

Modifié par : mayer (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

Computer slows down when connected to external monitors

Texte:

I am working on a MacBook Pro that has dual GPUS (Intel Iris & AMD Radeon)
The user uses 2 external monitors.
-His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %. The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.
+His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %. The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.
-The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.
+The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.
Is this a hardware failure? Thanks

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2015

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+379709

Modifié par : Dan ,

Titre:

Computer slows down when connected to external monitors

Texte:

-I am working on a MBP that has Intel Iris and AMD Radeon. The user uses 2 external monitors. His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %. The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes. The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change. Is this a hardware failure? Thanks
+I am working on a MacBook Pro that has dual GPUS (Intel Iris & AMD Radeon)
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+The user uses 2 external monitors.
+
+His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %. The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems. The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.
+
+The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.
+
+Is this a hardware failure? Thanks

Appareil:

-Mac Book Pro Retina 15" Mid 2015
+MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2015

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : DrGlowire ,

Titre:

Computer slows down when connected to external monitors

Texte:

I am working on a MBP that has Intel Iris and AMD Radeon.  The user uses 2 external monitors.  His computer starts slowing down, the kernel usage gets to 87% and oddly bounces as high as 240 %.  The laptop is a bit warmer than usual but no thermal problems.  The user reports that when this problem started that it was about 1 hour or so before the computer slows down; it is now starting to slow down in about 5 minutes.  The user has reset the PRAM and also SMC reset but no change.  Is this a hardware failure?  Thanks

Appareil:

Mac Book Pro Retina 15" Mid 2015

Statut:

open