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All resolved. MBP started playing up again without a few hours. GPU overheating and corrupting the display. Took it back to Apple again and this time they replace the logic board. MBP is now running noticeably cooler with no issues. Have reinstalled the SSD without any problems.
One way of disabling your graphics is safe mode. I don't know if your xcode debug tool will run in safe mode but unless you know otherwise, I think it's worth a shot. good luck OS X: What is Safe Boot, Safe Mode? Safe Mode in Mac OS X v10.5 or later also disables Quartz Extreme (hardware accelerated graphics). Applications that depend on Quartz Extreme ...
I recently investigated the possibility of using the Macbook Retina as a CUDA development platform for scientific computing but came away disappointed with it's performance (as of Sep 22, 2014). I had purchased the more expensive model with the Nvidia graphics card for this specific purpose. See http://bit.ly/1vDxUbZ for details.
I'm getting the same issues, the machine shuts down if I click on a photo in Facebook, sometimes when I click on another app or different page in Word, and especially in the new iMovie where it would crash dozens of times until I just stopped using that iMovie. I went back to the older version and it works fine. Here's my latest log from just this evening. ...
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