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Before we hit Retina, we scrape out a fancy fan. These blades are supposedly super quiet due to their asymmetrically spaced blades. Interestingly enough, while Jony Ive was jazzed about "thinner, variably spaced fan blades," this tech has been included in certain MacBook Pro models since 2012.
  • Before we hit Retina, we scrape out a fancy fan. These blades are supposedly super quiet due to their asymmetrically spaced blades.

  • Interestingly enough, while Jony Ive was jazzed about "thinner, variably spaced fan blades," this tech has been included in certain MacBook Pro models since 2012.

  • There's also a significant amount of space not taken up by blades—that's probably another sick thermal system feature. Plus it looks nice in the video.

  • Likely a Texas Instruments motor controller on the fan flex cable

Prima di colpire la il Retina, tiriamo fuori una sofisticata ventola. Dovrebbe essere super silenziosa grazie alla spaziatura asimmetrica tra le sue palette.

È interessante notare che, mentre il capo del design Jony Ive mette enfasi sulle "palette della ventola più sottili e spaziate in modo variabile", questa tecnologia era già inclusa in certi modelli MacBook Pro fin dal 2012.

C'è anche una notevole spazio non occupato da alcuna paletta: probabilmente si tratta di un'altra folle caratteristica del sistema di dissipazione termica. E inoltre si presenta molto bene nel video.

[* black] Before we hit Retina, we scrape out a ''fan''cy fan. These blades are supposedly super quiet due to their asymmetrically spaced blades.
[* icon_reminder] Interestingly enough, while Jony Ive was jazzed about "thinner, variably spaced fan blades," [http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/12/20/patent-filings-detail-retina-macbook-pros-quiet-asymmetric-fans|this tech|new_window=true] has been included in certain MacBook Pro models [guide|9462|since 2012|stepid=36201].
[* black] There's also a significant amount of space not taken up by blades—that's probably another sick thermal system feature. Plus it looks nice in the video.
+[* icon_note] Likely a Texas Instruments motor controller on the fan flex cable

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