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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time if you do your own testing.
 
If you see it happen on the external display AND internal display, the motherboard is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repairadapter locally since it is a time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchaserepair. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connectorthis].'''
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repairadapter locally since it is a time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchaserepair. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connectorthis].'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time if you do your own testing.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time if you do your own testing.
 
If you see it happen on the external display AND internal display, the motherboard is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchase. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time if you do your own testing.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time if you do your own testing.
 
If you see it happen on the external display AND internal display, the motherboard is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchase. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of timetime if you do your own testing.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of timetime if you do your own testing.
 
If you see it happen on the external display AND internal display, the boardmotherboard is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
If you see it happen on the external display AND internal display, the boardmotherboard is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchase. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time.
 
If you see it happen on the external display, the board is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchase. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup or an immediate purchase. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. With these machines, it’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time.
 
If you see it happen on the external display, the board is bad and you’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t part of the display repair program. If the display is bad, you should be covered for free.
 
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickuppickup or an immediate purchase. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''
In order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickuppickup or an immediate purchase. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. withWith these machines, t’sit’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. withWith these machines, t’sit’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, but you can go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display and save a lot of time.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locallyIf you see it happen on the external display, the board is bad and do in-store pickup ifyou’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t something kept onpart of the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, sorepair program. If the display is bad, you know what you have will work. Adaptersshould be covered for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty itemfree.
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locallyIf you see it happen on the external display, the board is bad and do in-store pickup ifyou’re going to be paying out of pocket since it isn’t something kept onpart of the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, sorepair program. If the display is bad, you know what you have will work. Adaptersshould be covered for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty itemfree.
 
AsIn order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''
AsIn order to test the display, you will need to get a USB-C display adapter. Your best bet since the repair is time sensitive is to get one locally where you can do a in-store pickup. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but it’s a specialty item. As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’swith these machines, t’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, sobut you will need to havecan go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display replacedand save a lot of time.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’swith these machines, t’s usually a bad T-Con board rather then the board, sobut you will need to havecan go into the Apple store telling them it’s the display replacedand save a lot of time.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item.
 
As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item.
 
As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable,cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''
As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable,cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter

As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one
[https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable, [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter

As far as which one I would suggest buying, I would buy one
[https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years. '''Note: If you are using a DVI test monitor without HDMI, you will need a cable, [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the monitor has the right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.

While it’s still best to ask what
'''Note: If you need if you’reare using someone else’sa DVI test monitor to test your MB, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would getwithout HDMI, you will need a cablecable, [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which ishas the easiest type to find.right connector.'''
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.

While it’s still best to ask what
'''Note: If you need if you’reare using someone else’sa DVI test monitor to test your MB, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would getwithout HDMI, you will need a cablecable, [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which ishas the easiest type to find.right connector.'''

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-CUSB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-CUSB-C, so you know what you have will work. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
 
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you goyour MB, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you goyour MB, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get a cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for mDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
 
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adaptera cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adaptera cable [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy onesmDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy onesmDP display adapters are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
 
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. Try and find an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this (USB-C to HDMI)], which will work with most monitors made within the past 5 years.
 
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will work on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the mDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item.
 
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will workwork on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test before you go, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI - VGA just isn’t commonly used these days. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], so you don’t need to hope the adapter you have will workwork on any reasonably new monitor with DVI with a USB-C to HDMI adapter, which is the easiest type to find.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the adapters are really an eBay/AmazonmDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. As far as what you need to get, that’s going to be based on the monitor so ask the person what it has in advance (or a photo of the ports) so you know what to buy if you are going to be borrowing a monitor for this test.
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones - and the adapters are really an eBay/AmazonmDP to USB-C adapter is a specialty item. As far as what you need to get, that’s going to be based on the monitor so ask the person what it has in advance (or a photo of the ports) so you know what to buy if you are going to be borrowing a monitor for this test.
 
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you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well
hope the adapter you have will work.
While it’s still best to ask what you need if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test sobefore you don’t waste your timego, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI, sinceHDMI - VGA is becoming lessjust isn’t commonly used, although a lot of monitors still have itused these days. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|likehttps://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-DVI-to-HDMI-Cable/dp/B014I8UL8U/|like this], butso you willdon’t need to purchase a DVI to HDMI to use it on a older display that lacks native HDMI.

you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well
hope the adapter you have will work.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as many people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the display replaced.
 
What I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are available at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP ones and the adapters are really an eBay/Amazon specialty item. As far as what you need to get, that’s going to be based on the monitor so ask the person what it has in advance (or a photo of the ports) so you know what to buy if you are going to be borrowing a monitor for this test.
 
While it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI, since VGA is becoming less commonly used, although a lot of monitors still have it. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrowthis], but you will need to purchase a display from a willing friend for testing, orDVI to HDMI to use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If theon a older display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; youthat lacks native HDMI.

you
can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.
While it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I would work on the assumption most of them use DVI or HDMI, since VGA is becoming less commonly used, although a lot of monitors still have it. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrowthis], but you will need to purchase a display from a willing friend for testing, orDVI to HDMI to use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If theon a older display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; youthat lacks native HDMI.

you
can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.

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It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as common asmany people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the mDP onesdisplay replaced.
It’s either a display issue or a board issue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. Since this *is* a USB-C machine, you’re probably going to have to buy your own adapter since it isn’t something as common asmany people have on hand. It’s usually a bad T-Con board, so you will need to have the mDP onesdisplay replaced.
 
ThereWhat I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are noavailable at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP to USB-Cones and the adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, soare really an eBay/Amazon specialty item. As far as what you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI -get, that’s going to be based on what the test monitor has. In general, consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use HDMI or VGA - no DVI unless it’s a budget one,so ask the person what it has in which case they usually includeadvance (or a DVI to HDMI cable. For legacy monitors, it’s usually DVI/VGA. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors likephoto of the high end/factory calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt seriesports) so you know what to buy if you are going to be borrowing a monitor for this test.
ThereWhat I would do is go online (or check if you can buy one locally and do in-store pickup if it isn’t something kept on the shelf, but in stock) and buy your own display adapter with USB-C. Adapters for legacy ones are noavailable at this point in time, but most people will only have the mDP to USB-Cones and the adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, soare really an eBay/Amazon specialty item. As far as what you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI -get, that’s going to be based on what the test monitor has. In general, consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use HDMI or VGA - no DVI unless it’s a budget one,so ask the person what it has in which case they usually includeadvance (or a DVI to HDMI cable. For legacy monitors, it’s usually DVI/VGA. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors likephoto of the high end/factory calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt seriesports) so you know what to buy if you are going to be borrowing a monitor for this test.
 
While it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I’m going to make anI would work on the assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGAmost of them use DVI or DVI. Based on that,HDMI, since VGA is becoming less commonly used, although a lot of monitors still have it. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If the display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.
While it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I’m going to make anI would work on the assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGAmost of them use DVI or DVI. Based on that,HDMI, since VGA is becoming less commonly used, although a lot of monitors still have it. I would get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If the display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that outissue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. ThisSince this *is* a USB-C machine and very few peoplemachine, you’re probably going to have the adapters on hand - including myselfto buy your own adapter since it isn’t as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing thiscommon as the mDP ones.
It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that outissue, but not a bad GPU. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. ThisSince this *is* a USB-C machine and very few peoplemachine, you’re probably going to have the adapters on hand - including myselfto buy your own adapter since it isn’t as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing thiscommon as the mDP ones.
 
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if yourHDMI/DVI - based on what the test monitor lacks native HDMI), VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing -has. In general, consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI,HDMI or VGA or- no DVI unless it’s a port mix;budget one, in which case they usually include a DVI to HDMI cable. For legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA onlymonitors, it’s usually DVI/VGA. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the high end/factory calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if yourHDMI/DVI - based on what the test monitor lacks native HDMI), VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing -has. In general, consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI,HDMI or VGA or- no DVI unless it’s a port mix;budget one, in which case they usually include a DVI to HDMI cable. For legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA onlymonitors, it’s usually DVI/VGA. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the high end/factory calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
 
While it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI. Based on that, get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If the display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
 
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMI), VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI, VGA or a port mix; legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
 
I’mWhile it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, soDVI. Based on that, get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If the display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.
I’mWhile it’s still best to ask if you’re using someone else’s monitor to test so you don’t waste your time, I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, soDVI. Based on that, get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes. If the display is DVI, that’s okay since it’s more or less similar to HDMI and can be adapted without integrated circuitry or an adapter with electronics; you can use an [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FM51PY2|adapter] like this and it’ll work just as well.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
 
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMIHDMI), VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI, VGA or a port mix; legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMIHDMI), VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI, VGA or a port mix; legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
 
I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
 
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMI, VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI, VGA or a port mix; legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
There are no mDP to USB-C adapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI (or a DVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMI, VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to use DVI, HDMI, VGA or a port mix; legacy monitors tend to be DVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the calibrated Ultrasharps or the ASUS ProArt series.
 
I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
 
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going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.
As far as I know there isThere are no mDP to USB-C adapteradapters to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVIHDMI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DPDVI to HDMI if your test monitor lacks native HDMI, VGA or DP adapter, depending on what level of display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard ofuse DVI, HDMI, VGA or HDMI (tendsa port mix; legacy monitors tend to be limited to premium displays and ones made withinDVI/VGA only. Full size DP is usually only found on professional monitors like the past 5 years). I’mcalibrated Ultrasharps or ASUS ProArt series.

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going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard. This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet so keep that in mind when doing this.
 
This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet. AsAs far as I know there is no mDP to USB-C adapter to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DP adapter, depending on what display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard of DVI, VGA or HDMIHDMI (tends to be limited to premium displays and ones made within the past 5 years). I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.
This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet. AsAs far as I know there is no mDP to USB-C adapter to use a common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DP adapter, depending on what display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard of DVI, VGA or HDMIHDMI (tends to be limited to premium displays and ones made within the past 5 years). I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with DP, VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard.
 
This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet. As far as I know there is no mDP to USB-C adapter to use one of the plentiful onesa common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DP adapter, depending on what display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard of DVI, VGA or HDMI. I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.
This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet. As far as I know there is no mDP to USB-C adapter to use one of the plentiful onesa common adapter anyone with a pre-2016 Mac probably has, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DP adapter, depending on what display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard of DVI, VGA or HDMI. I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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It’s either a display issue or a board level fault. There is no GPU to fail here, so you can quickly rule that out. Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you run into the same problem to rule out the motherboard.

This *is* a USB-C machine and very few people have the adapters on hand - including myself as I don’t have a need yet. As far as I know there is no mDP to USB-C adapter to use one of the plentiful ones, so you will need a USB-C to HDMI/DVI (or a bidirectional adapter)/VGA/DP adapter, depending on what display you have access to for testing - consumer displays that are relatively modern tend to be HDMI and legacy displays are a wildcard of DVI, VGA or HDMI. I’m going to make an assumption you have more access to HDMI then anything with VGA or DVI, so get an adapter [https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-HDMI-Adapter/dp/B01M3PTUV6/|like this] and borrow a display from a willing friend for testing, or use it where they are so they can reverse the testing changes.

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