So my early 2011 MacBook Pro has what I believe to be a failing logic board, namely the discrete AMD Radeon HD 6490M GPU. It's the 256mb version. The computer itself has the high res anti glare screen, 16gb RAM, 256gb SSD. It works great when using the integrated graphics, no issues at all. When using the dedicated graphics, it works about 80% of the time but will start to show artifacts on screen after waking from sleep, sometimes freezing completely. If it's just being used for regular things, keeping it on the integrated with gfxcardstatus, there is 0 issues at all and it runs super quick. I'm not sure exactly what I should do with it. Would it be worth it to sell as it is, or would it make more sense to part it all out? I don't have Applecare on it, and the repair was quoted at $800+ Haven't been able to find many people in the same spot.