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Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case.
 
A good way to think this is how people use a ceiling fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! The closer the window is to the middle of the room the more effective the transfer as the volume changes from a few percent to 50 percent if the window is exactly in the middle and as you go down it looses its performance.
 
Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Here we get a full 100 percent of transfer of each window as its like the effect of a set of one way streets Vs a shared two way street.
 
Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’sJobs was head strong on having a quiet system. But thatBut! That doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And itsit’s not costly to do.

Apple needs to breakout of their self imposed fog of not understanding on how to effectively cool their gear without making a racket! They almost achieved it in the iMac Pro!
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’sJobs was head strong on having a quiet system. But thatBut! That doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And itsit’s not costly to do.

Apple needs to breakout of their self imposed fog of not understanding on how to effectively cool their gear without making a racket! They almost achieved it in the iMac Pro!

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Edit by: Dan ,

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Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case.
 
A good way to think this is how people use a ceiling fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! NowThe closer the window is to the middle of the room the more effective the transfer as the volume changes from a few percent to 50 percent if the window is exactly in the middle and as you go down it looses its performance.

Now
if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Here we get a full 100 percent of transfer of each window as its like the effect of a set of one way streets Vs a shared two way street.
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! NowThe closer the window is to the middle of the room the more effective the transfer as the volume changes from a few percent to 50 percent if the window is exactly in the middle and as you go down it looses its performance.

Now
if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Here we get a full 100 percent of transfer of each window as its like the effect of a set of one way streets Vs a shared two way street.
 
Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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Edit by: Dan ,

Text:

Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case.
 
A good way to think this is how people use a ceiling fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
A good way to think this is how people use a ceiling fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house.
 
Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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Edit by: Dan ,

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Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
WhileA good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.

While
some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Apple

Apple
uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
WhileA good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! As there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.

While
some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Apple

Apple
uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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Edit by: Dan ,

Text:

Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! asAs there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! asAs there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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Edit by: Dan ,

Text:

Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!
 
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to not understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.
 
Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! as there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.
 
While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.
 
Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.
 
We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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Given how new the system is I wouldn’t mess with it!

There are a few YouTubers who have played around with the system as Apple managed to understand the need of better cooling once again! Even if you improve the thermal paste it won’t fix the heat sink design Apple went with here.

Apple is using a passive heat sink which has no means to pump the heat out of the case. The fan really only circulates the air within the case. A good way to think this is how people use a fan in there homes to mix the air within the room ceiling and floor spaces. This only homogenizes the air within the room it doesn’t add or subtract the heat build up within the room if all of the doorways and windows are closed. Opening a single window doesn’t really cool the room either effectively as the placement of the window will effect what happens. Lets say you have one along the ceiling and other at the floor 2x4 feet (2 feet high). If I open the top window the heated air within the room is lighter than the air outside then it will try to escape the room but it can’t really! as there is no air by volume entering taking the place of the air leaving.

While some air will sneak in along the bottom edge of the open window it won’t be that much! Now if we open the bottom window we create an opening for cooler air to enter. This effect is called chimney as its the basis on how they work moving the smoke out of the house. Apple uses it in their iMac’s! In the new Mac Pro’s lamer flow is used pushing air from one side to the other (from to back). Apple (and most other laptop makers) use a heat pipe design moving the heat from the CPU to a fin area to then exhaust the heat out via a fan. Newer systems have been using a vapor evaporator which is more like how your refrigerator works just not with a compressor.

Apple loves quasi-passive cooling which is has gotten them into trouble! This is where the fan is used just to churn the air within the device. The TimeCapsules and the tower AirPort Extreme all which had heat issues.

We use the term ‘Air Cell’ to define the air space within equipment. Apple appears to have lost its engineering talent which understands this. As they continue to under size the cooling solutions. Not only in the MacBook Air’s the  newer MacBook Pro’s also face heat issues do to poor cooling design. Big Steve Job’s was head strong on having a quiet system. But that doesn’t mean not having proper cooling that is quiet! It can be achieved, I’ve seen it done! And its not costly to do.

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