Repair club started by Ethan Zuo for Saratoga High...
I wish HP would put I/O ports on a separate board like they used to. I don’t want to use a soldering iron on a failed port that’s soldered to the motherboard.
The top of the teardown explicitly says it’s not a service guide. iFixit does have separate guides on Switch repair.
Nice teardown! Looks like a DIY Nintendo Switch with the phone on, even down to the joystick/main button locations.
A big part of the Surface’s thermal solution is the aluminum backshell. If they added thermal pads between the back of the CPU and PMIC area of the PCB and the case, it would definitely be a nice touch.
Imagine folding it to close it but you accidentally fold it the wrong way.
I just noticed the new GPU teardown. Thank you so much! Happy holidays!
Can’t even grate cheese that well. Failed at its main function. Incredibly dissapointed, Apple. /s
I’ve been waiting for this teardown for a long time! THANK YOU IFIXIT!
Happy 25th Anniversary Playstation!
Your games live on in emulators!
And yet Apple still refused to cool the VRMs properly. Those things will throttle like !&&* under full load, throttling the CPU and GPU. Why couldn’t they just put a copper plate on that covers the CPU, GPU, VRMs, and GDDR6? If I pay this much for it, I better not have an incentive to break into it with a screwdriver and a pack of thermal pads!
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