So I know a lot of you are familiar with the GPU panic of the Mid 2010 15" Macbook Pro. This is the the one that when the machine heats up a little bit it will go to a black screen and restart on it's own. In the log, it refers to a GPU panic. I know that Apple has honored logic board replacements due to the failing GPU up to 3 years from date of purchase whether it is under AppleCare or not. I have had some replaced in the past that were out of warranty but less than 3 years from DOP. I have one that is past the 3 years and is failing. Has anyone tried to fix this on their own? I've tried searching but haven't found any results on someone fixing this outside of Apple. The laptop is not worth me buying a new logic board, but I'd still like to give it a shot on fixing it. I've done the normal PRAM, SMC resets, wiped and reinstalled OS, swapped RAM with known good RAM. Any thoughts?