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While cleaning the dust build up is important I don’t think thats it. And as your CPU is not running heavy re-pasting the thermal paste is not called for here either.
 
I’m suspecting you likely have two issues:
 
The first we can check out using CoconutBattery as I’ve stated above. Given the systems age you may need a new battery. Once we know its health we can see how much more life you have in it.
 
The other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even-out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endupend up needing to replace them more often whichwhen you are running tight on space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
The other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even-out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endupend up needing to replace them more often whichwhen you are running tight on space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
 
You should be able to see this by using two methods. The first is seeing the temp of the drive using [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro]. The next method is to use a SSD evaluation tool like: [https://binaryfruit.com/drivedx#|DriveDX] Using the “SSD Lifetime Left Indicator” function.
 
I would strongly recommend you make a full backup of your SSD using TimeMachine then using an external USB thumb drive reformat the drive and re-install the OS. Here’s how to setup the OS installer drive: [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive] I would stick with Sierra as your drive is SATA based. If you think you want to replace it (it may need it). Here is a good reference for the Apple SSD’s [https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades|The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs] Your system is a Generation 3 SSD.

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While cleaning the dust build up is important I don’t think thats it. And as your CPU is not running heavy re-pasting the thermal paste is not called for here either.
 
I’m suspecting you likely have two issues:
 
The first we can check out using CoconutBattery as I’ve stated above. Given the systems age you may need a new battery. Once we know its health we can see how much more life you have in it.
 
The other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even outeven-out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endup needing to replace them more often which you are running tight space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
The other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even outeven-out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endup needing to replace them more often which you are running tight space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
 
You should be able to see this by using two methods. The first is seeing the temp of the drive using [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro]. The next method is to use a SSD evaluation tool like: [https://binaryfruit.com/drivedx#|DriveDX] Using the “SSD Lifetime Left Indicator” function.
 
I would strongly recommend you make a full backup of your SSD using TimeMachine then using an external USB thumb drive reformat the drive and re-install the OS. Here’s how to setup the OS installer drive: [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive] I would stick with Sierra as your drive is SATA based. If you think you want to replace it (it may need it). Here is a good reference for the Apple SSD’s [https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades|The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs] Your system is a Generation 3 SSD.

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While cleaning the dust build up is important I don’t think thats it. And as your CPU is not running heavy re-pasting the thermal paste is not called for here either.
 
I’m suspecting you likely have two issues here. Theissues:

The
first we can check out using CoconutBattery as I’ve stated above. TheGiven the systems age you may need a new battery. Once we know its health we can see how much more life you have in it.

The
other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endup needing to replace them more often which you are running tight space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
I’m suspecting you likely have two issues here. Theissues:

The
first we can check out using CoconutBattery as I’ve stated above. TheGiven the systems age you may need a new battery. Once we know its health we can see how much more life you have in it.

The
other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endup needing to replace them more often which you are running tight space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.
 
You should be able to see this by using two methods. The first is seeing the temp of the drive using [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro]. The next method is to use a SSD evaluation tool like: [https://binaryfruit.com/drivedx#|DriveDX] Using the “SSD Lifetime Left Indicator” function.
 
I would strongly recommend you make a full backup of your SSD using TimeMachine then using an external USB thumb drive reformat the drive and re-install the OS. Here’s how to setup the OS installer drive: [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive] I would stick with Sierra as your drive is SATA based. If you think you want to replace it (it may need it). Here is a good reference for the Apple SSD’s [https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades|The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs] Your system is a Generation 3 SSD.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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While cleaning the dust build up is important I don’t think thats it. And as your CPU is not running heavy re-pasting the thermal paste is not called for here either.

I’m suspecting you likely have two issues here. The first we can check out using CoconutBattery as I’ve stated above. The other is the system has something running hot this is likely your SSD drive. As you have such a full drive I think you’re SSD is going nuts trying to even out its wear. Apple does not over provision their SSD’s very well so you endup needing to replace them more often which you are running tight space as you’ve been doing. A 500 GB drive needs about a quarter left free for the OS to use for virtual RAM and paging. That means you need around 125 GB free. So what happens here is the 50 GB of space gets over worn.

You should be able to see this by using two methods. The first is seeing the temp of the drive using [https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/|TG Pro]. The next method is to use a SSD evaluation tool like: [https://binaryfruit.com/drivedx#|DriveDX] Using the “SSD Lifetime Left Indicator” function.

I would strongly recommend you make a full backup of your SSD using TimeMachine then using an external USB thumb drive reformat the drive and re-install the OS. Here’s how to setup the OS installer drive: [https://www.macworld.com/article/3092900/macs/how-to-create-a-bootable-macos-sierra-installer-drive.html|How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive] I would stick with Sierra as your drive is SATA based. If you think you want to replace it (it may need it). Here is a good reference for the Apple SSD’s [https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades|The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs] Your system is a Generation 3 SSD.

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