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MacBook Pro 4.1 logic board change

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MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260 Logic Board Replacement

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260 Logic Board Replacement

45 minutes - 2 heures

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Mon problème

It is the common problem with the 2007/2008 MacBook Pro graphic card. Mine is a 4.1 (French!) model 2.5ghz.

Ma solution

I have already "repaired" it once by baking the logic board. It worked... for a while! About 2 months ... But since I had a new MacBook Pro retina for a replacement, I put my old (and beloved :-) ) Penryn early 2008 in a safe place for almost 2 years! And 2 weeks ago I decided to make it alive again!

I ordered a logic board on ifixit website. Mine is a 2.5ghz but the model was not available. I took then a 2.4ghz model (the differences are on the frequency, the memory or the gpu :256mb instead of 512 and on the L2 cache). I followed the tutorial of ifixit and everything went perfectly! (I've already disassembled/reassembled it 10 times!)

I just had to parameter the keyboard since it was a US model and mine is a French one. El Capitan installed since then.

So far so good :-)

Mon conseil

As I read on some threads, thermal paste is a crucial point. Take some time to clean correctly the cpu/gpu and put a good quality thermal paste (artic mx4 for me)

Image MacBook Pro 15" (Model A1260) 2.4 GHz Logic Board
MacBook Pro 15" (Model A1260) 2.4 GHz Logic Board

$299.99

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