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[* icon_note] HaveDid we mentionedmention yet that it's beautifulthis thing is downright gorgeous? Everything inside this machine is meticulously crafted, painted, and placed. We knew Apple could build a computer, but dang this is just something else. We'll take six of them.
[* black] Oh—right. They're $6,000. Let's hope that some of this beautiful modularity makes its way to something a little more affordable sometime soon. You can do it, we believe in you, Apple.

[* black] Now that we're done gushing (sorry about that)gushing, let's talk about the gushing that these impellercooling fans do:
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black] The three-fan array comes out in one piece. They're held in place with six screws and they connect to the logic board with [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/LF51vkc6umaCrtLe.full|spring contacts|new_window=true] so there are no fussy cables to deal with.
[* black] Right, the gushing—these
three axial fans pull cool air through the cheese grater holes, which runs throughcheese-grater holes and push it across the Logiclogic board and through the various heat sinks. The heated air is then picked up by the blower fan at the other end of the Mac Promachine and spit out the other side.
[* black] The three-fan array comes out in one piece. It's held in place with six screws and connects to the logic board with [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/LF51vkc6umaCrtLe.full|spring contacts|new_window=true]—no fussy cables to deal with!

[* black] Now, a few interesting things about this air arrangement:
[* black] Most tower computers like this one have dedicated fans for the CPU and GPU ''in addition to'' fans at the front & rear of the case. The Mac Pro just has front and rear fans, which supposedly provide enough cooling to keep it chill under stress.
[* black] Another thing most tower computers have: some sort of debris filter to get rid of particles in the air that the impellercooling fans pull in. Apple's engineers are on record saying ''they[https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/a30170910/apple-mac-pro/|they don't need thatthat|new_window=true]'', but only time will tell how dusty these things get.
[* icon_note] HaveDid we mentionedmention yet that it's beautifulthis thing is downright gorgeous? Everything inside this machine is meticulously crafted, painted, and placed. We knew Apple could build a computer, but dang this is just something else. We'll take six of them.
[* black] Oh—right. They're $6,000. Let's hope that some of this beautiful modularity makes its way to something a little more affordable sometime soon. You can do it, we believe in you, Apple.

[* black] Now that we're done gushing (sorry about that)gushing, let's talk about the gushing that these impellercooling fans do:
[*

[*
black] The three-fan array comes out in one piece. They're held in place with six screws and they connect to the logic board with [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/LF51vkc6umaCrtLe.full|spring contacts|new_window=true] so there are no fussy cables to deal with.
[* black] Right, the gushing—these
three axial fans pull cool air through the cheese grater holes, which runs throughcheese-grater holes and push it across the Logiclogic board and through the various heat sinks. The heated air is then picked up by the blower fan at the other end of the Mac Promachine and spit out the other side.
[* black] The three-fan array comes out in one piece. It's held in place with six screws and connects to the logic board with [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/LF51vkc6umaCrtLe.full|spring contacts|new_window=true]—no fussy cables to deal with!

[* black] Now, a few interesting things about this air arrangement:
[* black] Most tower computers like this one have dedicated fans for the CPU and GPU ''in addition to'' fans at the front & rear of the case. The Mac Pro just has front and rear fans, which supposedly provide enough cooling to keep it chill under stress.
[* black] Another thing most tower computers have: some sort of debris filter to get rid of particles in the air that the impellercooling fans pull in. Apple's engineers are on record saying ''they[https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/a30170910/apple-mac-pro/|they don't need thatthat|new_window=true]'', but only time will tell how dusty these things get.