"12-Core MacPro (2013) kernel_task over 1200%"

Post #303034045 by Neo on Wednesday 17th of April 2019 01:48:21 AM

Just received a call back from Apple.

They said they will replace the logic board (under warranty)

Apple Part #:
Code:
661-7527 Apple Logic Board for Mac Pro Late 2013 A1481

They said they want to replace it before the warranty runs out. That was nice of them for sure.

Code:
NEW APPLE 661-7527 APPLE Logic Board for Mac Pro 2013 A1481

Where Used: Mac Pro (2013)
Apple Part No.: 661-7527
EEE Code: FHDD
60 Days Warranty

Compatible with:

Mac Pro (Late 2013) ME253LL/A - 3.7 GHz Quad-Core, MacPro6,1 (A1481) EMC# 2630
Mac Pro (Late 2013) MD878LL/A - 3.5 GHz Six-Core, MacPro6,1 (A1481) EMC# 2630
Mac Pro (Late 2013) (BTO/CTO) - 3.0 GHz Eight-Core, MacPro6,1 (A1481) EMC# 2630
Mac Pro (Late 2013) (BTO/CTO) - 2.7 GHz Twelve-Core, MacPro6,1 (A1481) EMC# 2630

On eBay, the list price for the part only is around US $485.00

Thank you Apple!
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