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Replace Late 2013 Logic Board with Mid 2015 15" MBP

I don't think they changed much from year-to-year until the Touch Bar came out. Is it possible to put in a Mid 2015 logic board into a Late 2013? I know it's possible for 13" in this same set of years.

On an earlier machine, I was able to upgrade the LCD to a new one that wasn't available when the original model shipped.


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Can you explain why you want to go this route?

If you have a working system you'll do better just buying a used one Vs transplanting a logic board to it to get a faster system.

A 2015 logic board is around $800 US. For a few hundred dollars more you can get a nice used system.

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Well, that's a good question. I'm worried this perfectly good machine that actually had a keyboard, battery and screen replaced a year ago by Apple might need a new logic board. It seems like the transplant would be better than buying a new one, but perhaps not considering what I could get on it for parts.


So your actions here is being proactive as you had it serviced and worry its not going to hold up?? If Apple did the service you should be fine for a few more years at least! While it's not the fastest system, its more than good enough for most people. I'm still using my 15" 2012 Unibody which is more than I need for power.


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