With all other things being equal, does a Macbook Pro with Retina Display containing more memory stay cooler, and as a result, be quieter?
So, more memory means less caching of memory, and thus more efficient CPU loads, which in turn means to me, that it can do more work with less effort. I personally don't like it when the fans in my notebook are screaming and the computer feels too hot to put into my lap, so anything that can help reduce the fan noise while improve cooling is always welcome. Does getting the 16GB version of the Macbook Pro with Retina Display help in these terms?
- Asked by William H from Corona
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