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[* icon_note] Did we mention yet that this thing is downright gorgeous? Everything inside is meticulously formed, finished, and placed. We knew Apple could build a computer, but this is just something else.
[* black] Now that we're done gushing, let's talk about the gushing these cooling fans do:
[* black] The three fans pull cool air through the cheese-grater holes and push it across the logic board through the various heat sinks. The heated air is picked up by the blower fan and spit out the back.
[* 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/2CVJDtiSMHOhVNBs.full|spring contacts|new_window=true]—no fussy cables to deal with!
[* black] Now, aThe three fans pull cool air through the cheese-grater holes and push it across the logic board through the various heat sinks. The heated air is picked up by the blower fan and spit out the back.
[* black] A
few interesting things about this arrangement:
[* black] Now, aThe three fans pull cool air through the cheese-grater holes and push it across the logic board through the various heat sinks. The heated air is picked up by the blower fan and spit out the back.
[* black] A
few interesting things about this arrangement:
[* black] Most tower computers 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 cooling fans pull in. Apple's engineers are on record saying ''[https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/a30170910/apple-mac-pro/|they don't need that|new_window=true]'', but only time will tell how dusty these things get.