The latest iMac, of course, is very strong, but how to do it in a small space? Because iMac Pro is configured with Xeon CPUs and high-performance AMD Vega graphics cards, they generate high heat at high speeds, so everyone is wondering what happens when they run at high speed.
The well-known AppleInsider site to test the matter, at high speed, iMac Pro will not think Macbook Pro generally automatically CPU and GPU down, and the answer is yes.
When the iMac Pro runs at high speed for a while, it means that when the CPU is running with Turbo Boost, iMac Pro reduces the CPU’s Turbo Boost from 4.2Ghz to 3.2Ghz to get the CPU temperature down, all at high GPU speeds will happen.
Perhaps Apple believes that the quietness of the fan is more important than its performance. In fact, raising the number of fans in theory can solve this problem. And third-party software also addresses the issue of updating the SMC controller, increasing the fan value in the machine and earlier Run faster. In the end is the effectiveness of important, or quiet? Readers leave your opinion.