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    Apple seriously screwed up here. The testing that I did was easily within Apple’s capabilities, and it is highly irresponsible of them to ship these machines out this way. As far as I am aware, the MSR is set to the Intel’s default and clearly Intel expects that if you are going to use this default, you will have a machine capable of delivering 100 Watts of power steady state. Intel does not expect that you must have thermal capabilities of shedding those 100 Watts, as the chip will thermally throttle if it reaches TJunction (100C), and that thermal throttling would not be nearly as painful as this type of VRM throttling. Most likely, if Apple wanted to handle things that way, they could have figured out a way to attach the heatpipe to the VRM. Even if they did not want to handle things that way, they should have reduced the MSR value from the factory to something that the VRM is actually capable of delivering.

    Takze soudruzi z Cupertina poddimenzovali VRM regulator (resp. jeho chladenie), lepsie povedane, nechali ho rovnaky, ako v predchadzajucich Macbookoch.. necakali, ze i9 naozaj bude spotrebovavat skoro 100W v zatazi (ako Intel pise v dokumentacii).. vidim, ze QA oddelenie v Cupertine stoji za to!

    A neskutocny marketing maju na svete! Jedine mal problem model s i9 a zrazu uz neni ale vsetci vedia o novych macbookoch pro :D Marketing niesu len platene reklamy :D

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