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Question: Overheating

I have an older MacBook Pro(from 2011).

It was very good in the beginning, but started to overheat to the point, I had to buy a new graphic board and change the HD that came with it for a SSD.

Well, it is still overheating, and to stop it I go to the Activity Monitor, and force shut down of a process called "core".

I know it is a root process, but it makes my macbook overheats and uses all my CPU uninterruptedly.

I have to shut it, otherwise it runs all the time, and after I shut it it sometimes starts to run again.


Any ideias, of how can I solve the problem within the process, or shut it definitely?

Or a way to make it stops overheating my macbook?

MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), macOS High Sierra (10.13.1), New Graphic Board and new SSD

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