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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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First lets work with some facts, here's the IFIXIT guide to replace the systems logic board: [guide|10369|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012 Logic Board Replacement]. If you jump down to Step 27 you can see the CPU is firmly attached to the logic board (soldered) so swapping it out is just not possible without swapping out the entire logic board.
 
As to what boards fit, its best to stay within the model series. In your case this would be the [http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=MacBookPro9,2|MacBookPro9,2 Series]. As you can see this series had only two systems a i5 (2.5 GHz) and a i7 (2.9 GHz).
 
Frankly, I think the amount of improvement is not enough to warrant swapping it out. I can think better things like upgrading your current HD to a SSHD hybrid or even a SSD drive either would be a better investment.
 
But before you do anything use your system as is it might meet your needs as is!
 
You may want to run disk utility to make sure the permissions and drive are in foodgood shape, then do some system house cleaning deleting the old cache and log files. Lastly consider defrag'ing the drive as over time they do get fragmented. You should try to leave 1/4 to 1/3 of the drive free for the OS to do its thing.
You may want to run disk utility to make sure the permissions and drive are in foodgood shape, then do some system house cleaning deleting the old cache and log files. Lastly consider defrag'ing the drive as over time they do get fragmented. You should try to leave 1/4 to 1/3 of the drive free for the OS to do its thing.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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First lets work with some facts. Here'sfacts, here's the IFIXIT guide to replace the systems logic board: [guide|10369|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012 Logic Board Replacement]. If you jump down to Step 27 you can see the CPU is firmly attached to the logic board (soldered) so swapping it out is just not possible without swapping out the entire logic board.
First lets work with some facts. Here'sfacts, here's the IFIXIT guide to replace the systems logic board: [guide|10369|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012 Logic Board Replacement]. If you jump down to Step 27 you can see the CPU is firmly attached to the logic board (soldered) so swapping it out is just not possible without swapping out the entire logic board.
 
As to what boards fitfit, its best to stay within the model series. In your case this would be the [http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=MacBookPro9,2|MacBookPro9,2 Series]. As you can see this series had only two systems a i5 (2.5 GHz) and a i7 (2.9 GHz).
As to what boards fitfit, its best to stay within the model series. In your case this would be the [http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=MacBookPro9,2|MacBookPro9,2 Series]. As you can see this series had only two systems a i5 (2.5 GHz) and a i7 (2.9 GHz).
 
Frankly, I think the amount of improvement is not enough to warrant swapping it out. I can think better things like upgrading your current HD to a SSHD hybrid or even a SSD drive either would be a better investment.
Frankly, I think the amount of improvement is not enough to warrant swapping it out. I can think better things like upgrading your current HD to a SSHD hybrid or even a SSD drive either would be a better investment.
 
But before you do anything use your system as is it might meet your needs as is!
 
You may want to run disk utility to make sure the permissions and drive are in food shape, then do some system house cleaning deleting the old cache and log files. Lastly consider defrag'ing the drive as over time they do get fragmented. You should try to leave 1/4 to 1/3 of the drive free for the OS to do its thing.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

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First lets work with some facts. Here's the IFIXIT guide to replace the systems logic board: [guide|10369|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012 Logic Board Replacement]. If you jump down to Step 27 you can see the CPU is firmly attached to the logic board so swapping it out is just not possible without swapping out the entire logic board.

As to what boards fit its best to stay within the model series. In your case this would be the [http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=MacBookPro9,2|MacBookPro9,2 Series]. As you can see this series had only two systems a i5 (2.5 GHz) and a i7 (2.9 GHz).

Frankly, I think the amount of improvement is not enough to warrant swapping it out. I can think better things like upgrading your current HD to a SSHD hybrid or even a SSD drive would be a better investment.

But before you do anything use your system as is it might meet your needs as is!

You may want to run disk utility to make sure the permissions and drive are in food shape, then do some system house cleaning deleting the old cache and log files. Lastly consider defrag'ing the drive as over time they do get fragmented. You should try to leave 1/4 to 1/3 of the drive free for the OS to do its thing.

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