Cooling pad for MacBook Pro i9

chiu

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Can anyone recommend a cooling pad for MacBook Pro i9 so that I can improve its CPU performance?


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BiH115

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Trolling, or? I've got the i9 15" and post patch I've had zero issues with throttling, and never really had any with general warmth. What exactly are you doing with it?
 

chiu

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Trolling, or? I've got the i9 15" and post patch I've had zero issues with throttling, and never really had any with general warmth. What exactly are you doing with it?

I want to push the CPU to 4.8GHz (sustainable) if possible. Any cooling solution that can push all six cores to 4.0GHz or above will be great.
 

vegeta535

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I want to push the CPU to 4.8GHz (sustainable) if possible. Any cooling solution that can push all six cores to 4.0GHz or above will be great.
Get a PC that has proper cooling to reach that. Even then it is still difficult in laptop form factor.
 

pendragon1

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lol oc a i9 MacBook?! get a intel based tower, oc it and put osx on it if you want/need that speed. I dont know of any pc based laptops that can do that.
 

chiu

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lol oc a i9 MacBook?! get a intel based tower, oc it and put osx on it if you want/need that speed. I dont know of any pc based laptops that can do that.

This guy can:

But need a more elegant solution.
 

UnknownSouljer

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lol oc a i9 MacBook?! get a intel based tower, oc it and put osx on it if you want/need that speed. I dont know of any pc based laptops that can do that.

He's not interested in overclocking it. He just wants to maintain the turbo boost speed (4.8GHz), which also as I understand (regardless of platform) isn't sustainable.
 
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