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There really is nothing you can do in 2 mm of space. You could use a towel, but the heat will transfer to the towel over time and back onto you. The ideal solution would be to create a water cooled pad to suck the heat and get rid of it in the base sitting on the floor next to you.
 
Apple messed up when they jumped to the i9 in such a thin frame (no room for proper cooling). If you can I would return it and instead get the i7 which runs cooler!
 
When Intel gets to the sub 10 nm scaling then the i9 will be a workable CPU in a thin laptop! Keep in mind your system is throttled from its full chips full ability because of the limits of its cooling.

I know of two people who returned there’s because of the heat issues.
When Intel gets to the sub 10 nm scaling then the i9 will be a workable CPU in a thin laptop! Keep in mind your system is throttled from its full chips full ability because of the limits of its cooling.

I know of two people who returned there’s because of the heat issues.

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There really is nothing you can do in 2 mm of space. You could use a towel, but the heat will transfer to the towel over time and back onto you. The ideal solution would be to create a water cooled pad to suck the heat and get rid of it in the base sitting on the floor next to you.

Apple messed up when they jumped to the i9 in such a thin frame (no room for proper cooling). If you can I would return it and instead get the i7 which runs cooler!

When Intel gets to the sub 10 nm scaling then the i9 will be a workable CPU in a thin laptop! Keep in mind your system is throttled from its full chips ability because of the limits of its cooling.

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