A Breakdown Of The 2021 MacBook Pro

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  • I’m sure the heat sink is larger both mass size as well as its radiator fin area between the 14” & 16” systems.

    I’m also curious if the heat sink is so different between the M1 Pro vs M1 Max chips in the both 14” & 16” systems.

    Remember you can also get the M1 Max in the 14” as well. I’m thinking the Max version has a smaller heat sink (mass) that sits on the chip on the 14” model as the height is less Vs the 16” which offers more space for a higher heat sink (mass) for the Max chip. Regards : https://vivatvapk.co/apk/

    1. I don’t have that particular drive with which to test, and despite having piles of USB and Thunderbolt drives here, none of them specifically support this 20Gbps mode. Based upon some conversations in the industry, though, I’m thinking the answer is “no.” That particular mode is very different from USB 4/Thunderbolt and has very limited support.

      This makes sense to me. After all, if you’re going to push that fast, why not just add the USB 4/Thunderbolt support and use that far-more-commonly-accepted mode. I’ll have to ask Kingston that very question! 🙂

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