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Versione corrente di: Dan ,

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Liquid metal is dangerous for your system and not at all necessary on such Macbook to run it within temperature range. The Mac with i7 processor is of course running a bit warmer than i5 of the same model but you don’t say the one you have nor what you mean with “hot”, a bit of numbers would help in evaluation. If

If
you can enclose a screenshot taken from an app like TG Pro or MacsFanControl would help. Some

Some
questionable “techs” are easy on reflowing any board with graphic issues they get hold of and that model is known to have such issue..checkissue.

Check
with a good light your board still has intact trasparenttransparent whitish filling around GPU corners..ifcorners, if that’s turned to beige, brown or absent it might have been reflowed and some shorting created in the process.
Liquid metal is dangerous for your system and not at all necessary on such Macbook to run it within temperature range. The Mac with i7 processor is of course running a bit warmer than i5 of the same model but you don’t say the one you have nor what you mean with “hot”, a bit of numbers would help in evaluation. If

If
you can enclose a screenshot taken from an app like TG Pro or MacsFanControl would help. Some

Some
questionable “techs” are easy on reflowing any board with graphic issues they get hold of and that model is known to have such issue..checkissue.

Check
with a good light your board still has intact trasparenttransparent whitish filling around GPU corners..ifcorners, if that’s turned to beige, brown or absent it might have been reflowed and some shorting created in the process.

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Post originale di: arbaman ,

Testo:

Liquid metal is dangerous for your system and not at all necessary on such Macbook to run it within temperature range. The Mac with i7 processor is of course running a bit warmer than i5 of the same model but you don’t say the one you have nor what you mean with “hot”, a bit of numbers would help in evaluation. If you can enclose a screenshot taken from an app like TG Pro or MacsFanControl would help. Some questionable “techs” are easy on reflowing any board with graphic issues they get hold of and that model is known to have such issue..check with a good light your board still has intact trasparent whitish filling around GPU corners..if that’s turned to beige, brown or absent it might have been reflowed and some shorting created in the process.

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