Tips for Overcoming VGA Overheat on MacBook Pro

MacBook Repair Services Jakarta - MacBook Pro is one of the Apple laptop series that often has overheating problems, especially for MacBook Pros released in 2011 - 2015. This is of course quite disturbing for most users of the laptop series. Please note that overheating, especially what happens to the MacBook VGA can trigger GPU damage to the Logicboard.

So what exactly can be done to overcome this? Actually what is the root of the VGA Overheat problem on MacBook Pro early and also late 2011 which can damage the GPU on the logicboard? And what is the best solution to solve it?

This problem generally only occurs on early and late 2011 MacBook Pros that have 15 and 17 inch displays or iMac C2D Aluminum Back Series models. MacBook Pro which has an i5 or i7 Sandy Bridge (2nd Gen) CPU equipped with dual VGA namely AMD and Intel. VGA Overheat problems on MacBook Pro which can damage the GPU on the logicboard are generally caused by routing on the logicboard which makes the logicboard have a high temperature. This is what then triggers damage to the VGA.

This is indeed due to a factory product problem and in America this has indeed become a Class A Lawsuit to Apple which is supported by more than 25000 users of the device. The good news is that Apple has acknowledged the error and accepted the recall of the unit in Southeast Asia. Therefore, early and late 2011 MacBook Pro users can get a new logicboard for free with a 3 month warranty.

The solution to the VGA Overheat problem on MacBook Pro which can damage the GPU on the logicboard by replacing your VGA with a new VGA. You can also create a bypass path (more than 20 paths) directly to Intel Graphics. However, this solution has several drawbacks, including the following:

  1. VGA memory share with RAM memory is not dedicated.
  2. You will not get a VGA performance equivalent to AMD.
  3. Setting the brightness of the LCD screen on the MacBook Pro can't be done

Here are some ways that can be done so that the VGA on the MacBook logicboard does not get damaged quickly:

  1. You need to regularly clean the logicboard using an anti-static duster and periodically replace the thermal paste on the VGA chipset.
  2. You also need to make sure your fan is always working properly
  3. Avoid using MacBook in bed. Although MacBook Pro has an aluminum unibody casing that is used to suppress heat, you still need to pay attention to the circulation of air in and out of your MacBook Pro.
  4. You can use the MacFanControl application which can be used to make the fan spin faster with a more optimal temperature setting.

Those are some solutions to the cause of the VGA Overheat problem on the MacBook Pro which can damage the GPU on the logicboard. Of course, it is necessary to take care and proper use if you want to have a device that is durable and not easily damaged.

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