Model Number A1707. Released June 2017, this MacBook Pro features Kaby Lake processors up to the 2.8 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost up to 3.8 GHz.

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Is there a logic board replacement 1TB SSD?

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Sadly IFIXIT does not have any replacement logic boards currently. MacBook Pro 15" Retina (2017) 2.8 GHz Logic Board, Radeon Pro 555

Frankly, I doubt you’ll find a 1 TB or 2 TB replacement board as it would be so expensive. If I was you, I would just get a newer 2018 model with the bigger storage or just look for a used working system (very few where sold with these bigger drives).

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Hey Kenneth,

Here’s the answer to the same question on another thread:

@mayer:

You might do best by contacting Apple and see if they will do a "Flat Rate repair". 1-800-MYAPPLE. Cost on a board this new are going to extremely high, if you can even find one. Here's a couple at PowerBook Medic priced at $1200 & $1400:  https://www.powerbookmedic.com/parts/661...

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If there has been no liquid damage or impact damage, Apple should accept it for a "Flat Rate" repair. Costs should be a total of $357.00 with shipping and tax included. Total time is four days in the contiguous USA.

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While you might be able to find the part online, I would highly advise you to do as much prepapration for this repair as possible, as you’ll essentially be gutting your computer. So much can go wrong.

I will echo what’s been said before me— do consider taking it to Apple or an authorized service provider (ASP)— because the repair is quite complex and adding the risk of failure to cost, it might be better of in their hands.

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