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It sounds like an issue with the bonding of the GPU to the logicboard to me, samianlife.
 
The primary problem with the NVidia 8600M GPUs in 2007/8 MBps is not that the chip itself actually fails, but that it generates temps that mess up its connection to the board as I understand it.
 
If this is your problem (and you have an MBP with the NVIDEANVidia 8600 processor) then it should be covered by the Apple Extension repair Program ( see http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2377 ).
If this is your problem (and you have an MBP with the NVIDEANVidia 8600 processor) then it should be covered by the Apple Extension repair Program ( see http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2377 ).
 
If it is not covered then it is usually either a matter of replacing the logicboard, or of finding someone to "reflow" the GPU connection (which is still expensive, but not as expensive as a logic board, requires specialist equipment and is hard to find someone capable of in many areas). Without repair the problem is likely to get progressively worse, I'm afraid.
 
Cheers
 
Rod

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Düzenleyen: Rod Hagen ,

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It sounds like an issue with the bonding of the GPU to the logicboard to me, samianlife.
 
The primary problem with the NVIDea 8600 GPUsNVidia 8600M GPUs in 2077/82007/8 MBps is not that the chip itself actually fails, but that it generates temps that mess up its connection to the board as I understand it.
The primary problem with the NVIDea 8600 GPUsNVidia 8600M GPUs in 2077/82007/8 MBps is not that the chip itself actually fails, but that it generates temps that mess up its connection to the board as I understand it.
 
If this is your problem (and you have an MBP with the NVIDEA 8600 processor) then it should be covered by the Apple Extension repair Program ( see http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2377 ).
 
If it is not covered then it is usually either a matter of replacing the logicboard, or of finding someone to "reflow" the GPU connection (which is still expensive, but not as expensive as a logic board, , requires requires specialist equipment and is hard to find someone capable of in many areas). Without repair the problem is likely to get progressively worse, I'm afraid.
If it is not covered then it is usually either a matter of replacing the logicboard, or of finding someone to "reflow" the GPU connection (which is still expensive, but not as expensive as a logic board, , requires requires specialist equipment and is hard to find someone capable of in many areas). Without repair the problem is likely to get progressively worse, I'm afraid.
 
Cheers
 
Rod

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Rod Hagen ,

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It sounds like an issue with the bonding of the GPU to the logicboard to me, samianlife.

 The primary problem with the NVIDea 8600 GPUs in 2077/8 MBps is not that the chip itself actually fails, but that it generates temps that mess up its connection to the board as I understand it.

 If this is your problem (and you have an MBP with the NVIDEA 8600 processor) then it should be covered by the Apple Extension repair Program ( see http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2377 ).

 If it is not covered then it is usually either a matter of replacing the logicboard, or of finding someone to "reflow" the GPU connection (which is still expensive, but not as expensive as a logic board, , requires  specialist equipment and is hard to find someone capable of in many areas).

Cheers

Rod

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