Apple’s most potent MacBook Pro may have a cooling problem, but blame for the toasty Core i9’s throttling may not lie entirely at the Cupertino firm’s door. The 2018 MacBook Pro offers a six-core Core i9 processor for the first time, one of Intel’s fastest CPUs, and instantly became an object of lust for those wanting workstation performance from a portable machine.
Power, though, isn’t delivered in isolation, and there are inherent challenges for putting desktop-class processing in a slimline notebook. Most commonly that means heat.
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