You do know that NOTHING about the 810's heat issues were released until the SOC came to market right?
No way am I touching Snapdragon SOC's for at least 2-3 more generations. 810 was and is an absolute joke of an SOC.
Hey Meowmix. Still on here as much as ever eh bro? Hehe.
I did press the reply button... guess I'm too used to other forums... thought I pressed "Quote".
Liquid cooling hmm? For a 14nm SOC?
Yeah I'd wait on that being confirmed before stating it as fact. 14nm SOC's do not need liquid cooling. That'd be a complete waste of materials. The only added benefit would be reduced heat and we all know where heat once was, energy was used. The only effect this would have would be allowing the SOC to stay at max clocks longer or indefinitely.
Thus draining the battery out.
I'm going to have to ask what your source is on this? Been watercooling and extreme cooling PC's for over 20 years... there is a reason we do this. Heat... obviously. Samsung's FinFET 14nm IMO does not need liquid cooling, as it's again 14nm. It's counterproductive to liquid cool somthing that will never need it.
Oh... apparently it's a heat pipe. Must be a vapor chamber.
That is NOT liquid cooling. Marketing only.
We're good now.
It's just a heatpipe. No vapor chamber. No liquid whatsoever. Just looked at a teardown of the S7.
Same practice has been used on Laptops and GPU heatsinks for years. Should have done this years ago. Every phone should have this. Not really impressed with something that I've been saying should have been done years ago.
However.... the S7 Edge being longer.... should have a longer heatpipe.. the S7 Edge will be cooler. Guaranteed. Not by much... still.
Yup always on the forums providing help when needed!.
Indeed here are many links providing the source on where they show and say Samsung S7 has liquid cooling ( I'm never wrong on my sources ;)." If you Google search you will see it your self..