How to avoid ordering an incorrect part . . . . . . correctly identify your computer before you place your order: Learn More
There are three MacBook Pro models, choose accordingly:
MacBook Pro (Original):
These models have a silver-gray keyboard. 17 inch or 15 inch screen size options and were sold between Early 2006 and Late 2008. Logic boards for these models have Original listed as part of their line-item description.
MacBook Pro (Unibody):
These models have a black keyboard and a built-in DVD optical drive. 17 inch, 15 inch or 13 inch screen options and were sold between Late 2008 and Mid 2012. Logic boards for these models have Unibody listed as part of their line-item description.
MacBook Pro (Retina)
These models have a black keyboard, a Retina Display and no internal DVD (optical) drive. 15 inch and 13 inch screen options and were from Mid 2012 and later. Logic boards for these models have Retina listed as part of their line-item description.
To avoid ordering an incorrect part identify your computer before you place your order:
If the computer Boots:
Enter your Mac's Model Identifier1 in the search
field above. Results of the search will show parts listed on our
website which are compatible with your computer. You can streamline
your search by adding more details in the search window - e.g.
"MacBookPro8,1 logic board", "iMac12,1 power supply", etc.
Our website lists most but not all parts for each and every Mac model.
So if the item you are looking for does not appear in the search results
don't worry - it is available, just not listed. Follow the
instructions in the next section to receive information about any such
If the computer fails to Boot:
If your computer isn't working email its Serial Number2 using the form supplied here -> Product Request.
Include details of the required part in your email. You will receive
an answer to your inquiry within one business day, if not sooner. Call 1.541.345.1817 if faster service is required.
1 Your computer's Model Identifier can be found by clicking on the Apple logo in the menu bar while holding down the Ďoptioní key and selecting System Information. This will open the Hardware Overview window for your computer: the system's Model Identifier appears as the second item in list.
Note that the Mac's Serial Number is also listed towards the bottom of the Hardware Overview window.
2 For all MacBook Pro models from Early 2009 and later the
serial number is etched on the bottom case. For 2008 and earlier models
you must remove the battery to locate the serial number. You will find
it printed on the bottom (or side) of the battery bay.
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