So you drank Bleach because Trump said to! This is mysticism of the nth degree!
Please don’t do this! The person proposing this is not understanding how the systems heat is managed and how all you’re doing is cooking your system. In this case you’ll kill the display in no time!
Damaged T-CON board
This is what kills the T-CON board
Intel did not do Apple any favors pushing out the hot running 9750H, 9880H & 9980HK 14 nm 9th generation Coffee Lake CPU’s. Apple had designed the 2016 model with the expectation of getting the MIA 10 nm CPU’s which would have run a lot cooler! Apple throw-in the towel and stopped using Intel chips. It was only in the last quarter of 2020 did Intel ship in very limited quantities their 10 nm chips and only the low end versions.
With no options they shipped the 2016 ~ 2020 series which are all highly flawed. We’ve seen the Butterfly keyboards fail, the T-CON’s fail caused display issues and batteries fail from over voltage charging swelling up.
If you are a serious pro you want to stick with the older (Yes! I did say older) 2015 MacBook Pro until Apple gets the M1 16” model out.
So what is this person doing anyways placing thermal foam tape over the chips expecting it to transfer the heat to some where? Where??
Think how water flows from one container to another, heat is no different! It needs something or some means to move the heat to or out. This solution is not moving it to some place to get rid of it. Just look at the heat sink for the CPU/GPU’s they sink the heat to a large mass and then move the heat away to a set of fins where a fan pushes the heat out! Where is the heat sink mass? Where is the transfer? Where is the heat going??
This is not a solution just a mess!
OK, so how can I get some better performance from my system?
Get a good thermal monitoring app like TG Pro then using it to push the fans harder to cool the CPU/GPU chips. But what about the VRM’s? There is enough cooling across them as is. But that assumes the system is not loaded with dust! Clean the fan blades and heat sink fins as well as the logic board of any sitting dust.