The 2020 Mac Pro: A Silent Killer!

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The truth about this $42399 Mac Pro. MKBHD Merch: http://shop.MKBHD.com LinusTechTips review: https://youtu.be/mIB389tqzCI Video Gear I use: …

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  1. No offense MKBHD I've been a long time fan but you have no idea what you're talking about. Your termalogy is everywhere you can't give a good reason for buying this you honest don't need it most people will never see your videos at there true quality. This is a flex video sadly

  2. Hey mkbhd I guess the cable less interior and flushed seamlessly surfaces is designed on purpose to avoid any turbulence inside the chassis just because whole thing is dependent on passive airflow by the 3 huge fans… As more turbulence means more irregular flow behaviour, which lowers convection heat transfer coefficient consequently poor heat dissipation… Btw the huge fins in the graphics module is impressive.. peace

  3. Those gigantic modules make the gigantic Mac Pro look like something from the 80s where a single a single 5" floppy drive was larger than a school lunch box.

  4. Sorry, but it's not modular when the only thing that you can swap into it are made by Apple. All those special switches and cooling are really neato, but they ensure you can't use third party products.

  5. You mention that this is designed and manufactured to the ‘nth’ degree and you ask ‘why bother?’
    Go and reread any article about Steve Job’s philosophy: the description in Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs’s father paying attention to details that no one else would know that they are there.
    In the inside cover of the original Mac there is supposedly the signatures of every person who had a hand in that machine.
    This machine is built to the same philosophy.

    I am interested in creating music (orchestral film scores) and yes, the graphics would be over kill for me but not the Ram. I could certainly use this machine.
    Could you now look at this from an audio perspective pls.
    Thanks.

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