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Modell A1502 / 2,6 GHz (Turbo Boost bis zu 3,1 GHz) oder 2,8 GHz (Turbo Boost bis zu 3,3 GHz) Dual-Core Intel Core i7 Prozessor mit 4MB geteiltem L3 Cache.

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MacBook is getting extremely hot

My Mid 2014 13” MacBook Pro A1502 is getting really hot when under normal use. You need to put a book under it to keep it from burning you.

I have plans to open it up and clean out any dust inside of it and I’m thinking it probably has something to do with thermal paste as it has never been replaced or opened in 6 years.

I wanted to get some answers on whether I should clean it out and if I need to replace the thermal paste. It doesn’t shut down or give me any temperature warning. It works fine although there are noticeable performance drops because of the heat.

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@jflys5000 - I think you need to install a good thermal monitoring app like TG Pro IT allow you to see things graphically, give it a try and post a snapshot of all of the sensors (make sure you get the bottom ones and the fan) post it here for us to see Bilder zu einer vorhandenen Frage hinzufügen.

Once we have it we can guide you on what's needed.

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Open it up and look below the crimped end of the heat sink and see if you fins an oily looking stain. Sometimes these heat sinks leak and end up no longer working:

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HeyJacksonY wird auf ewig dankbar sein.
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