" AppleInsider has the new eight-core 2019 MacBook Pro on hand," Andrew O & # 39; Hara reports or AppleInsider. "Given the drama around the thermal state of the six-core MacBook Pro when it was launched in 2018, it's time to evaluate the thermal situation in the new high-end model that was a major problem for its predecessor."
"When the 2019 MacBook Pro line was announced with an eight-core processor, there was immediate concern that this machine would be plagued by similar thermal problems due to the even higher heat output," says Hara. The ten tests of the test, we saw that the speed quickly hit 5GHz before it hit 100 degrees, and then it jumped back down. Instead of wiping down and hovering at the advertised speed of 2.4 GHz, instead we see that it fluctuates between 2.9 GHz and 3.0 GHz instead – slightly higher than the nominal clock rate, and frankly, a higher stable speed than we expected.
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