03-20-2017 05:38 AM
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  1. DJCBS's Avatar
    So here's the thing. Sony has a plain heat pipe. Lumia 950XL has a heat pipe with small capillaries with tiny amounts of liquid in them. I have even made a post about it where someone was discussing it in an article. It's actually a pretty novel thing in phones. Both heat pipes no doubt, but MS's is more advanced.
    I wish you would stop posting sometimes... Sony uses a highly standard alu-heatpipe to disperse heat... This is not enough for the SD810 which is obvious since it still has to throttle speeds due to heat. Microsoft uses a liquid cooling alu-heatpipe that disperses heat a lot better since it is not only a piece of aluminium that lets heat transfer... It is also liquid which moves heat even better.

    This is NOT "just what Sony" has done... This is a new technology for phones and it makes the 810 in the XL unable to throttle under load.
    I didn't answer again because I was just waiting for a video to be posted where you can actually SEE that, well, you were both just dead wrong.
    Here's a complete tear down of the supposed "liquid cooling" that, as I have said before, is nothing more than a heat pipe, just like Sony used since at least the Z3+ (a phone that also uses the SD810).



    Maybe now you can admit you were mislead by marketing propaganda? ;) There's no real liquid cooling on the XL. Period.
    01-25-2016 07:57 PM
  2. Krystianpants's Avatar
    I didn't answer again because I was just waiting for a video to be posted where you can actually SEE that, well, you were both just dead wrong.
    Here's a complete tear down of the supposed "liquid cooling" that, as I have said before, is nothing more than a heat pipe, just like Sony used since at least the Z3+ (a phone that also uses the SD810).



    Maybe now you can admit you were mislead by marketing propaganda? ;) There's no real liquid cooling on the XL. Period.
    No the guy opening it up doesn't understand vapor chambers. Look it up. As soon as he cut it he let the "liquid" which can be a vapor escape. this is why it is sealed. The process occurs due to how heat works and condenses. There is no actual water in it. You can see the capillaries as he cuts it open. Those are in use when all the phase changes occur due to heat. He just thinks it's like a typical desktop cooler which it is not. It is not true liquid cooling and this has been noted already as it can't really be done on a cell phone and it's overkill anyways. It's a vapor chamber, but people don't understand "vapor chamber" in marketing, so they call it liquid cooling. It heavily relies on heat and the exchanger.

    You can even see the paste which would be used in combination with the vapor.
    01-27-2016 11:23 AM
  3. Giddora's Avatar
    I know how you would loooove to be right and also loooove it if somebody else would do this before Microsoft... But unfortunately, you are wrong.You need to read a little bit more about how the system works, and what to expect when you open it up. You are wrong, not Microsoft.
    01-28-2016 05:03 AM
  4. chatorivera's Avatar
    Anybody has yet the solution on this problem? What do you do to solve the heating issues. Thanks in advance for your kind response.
    01-28-2016 11:49 AM
  5. Pirate Arr's Avatar
    I didn't answer again because I was just waiting for a video to be posted where you can actually SEE that, well, you were both just dead wrong.
    Here's a complete tear down of the supposed "liquid cooling" that, as I have said before, is nothing more than a heat pipe, just like Sony used since at least the Z3+ (a phone that also uses the SD810).



    Maybe now you can admit you were mislead by marketing propaganda? ;) There's no real liquid cooling on the XL. Period.
    That a video from that Jerry guy. Nuff said to easy dismiss it, in fact it was perfectly explained in the comments of the video

    Posted via the Windows Central App for Android on my Lumia 950 XL
    01-28-2016 04:12 PM
  6. DJCBS's Avatar
    LOL the amounts of delusion in some of you are astounding. Suite yourselves. If you people want to believe in unicorns, go ahead. Don't let facts get in the way of your fantasies. I won't insist more in trying to break your illusions ;)
    01-29-2016 10:15 AM
  7. biltaji's Avatar
    Hello,
    To be honest Lumia and Nokia have always had this problem in almost every phone. Especially in the 930 and ICON. It heats up almost all the time. Especially if your using YouTube, Facebook, Camera for a long time etc.
    Different updates came up but the problem didn't go.
    I have a Lumia 950 and it also heats up when I charge. The reason might be the Ctype USB. It Charges very fast which pumps allot of power into the device which causes heat! You can't get rid of this problem! MY phone charges from 10% to 100% in less then 1 hour!
    Now my phone only heats up when I charge, Other than that it becomes warm. Doesn't bother me but it doesn't get hot like 930 and Icon does which is very annoying.
    02-23-2016 03:15 AM
  8. GizmoEV's Avatar
    LOL the amounts of delusion in some of you are astounding. Suite yourselves. If you people want to believe in unicorns, go ahead. Don't let facts get in the way of your fantasies. I won't insist more in trying to break your illusions ;)
    You might want to do some research:
    02-23-2016 08:37 PM
  9. ale2999's Avatar
    Turn off SMS sync. That did it for me. The sync was causing my phone to use data and run the battery... After update. to .107 I actually turned it back on and the battery is still ok.
    midnightfrolic likes this.
    02-23-2016 11:09 PM
  10. DJCBS's Avatar
    You might want to do some research:
    You might want to also do some research on what's water cooling/liquid cooling. Heat pipes are used on the 950XL, like on the Z3+ and Z5 before it and on the new S7's. No phone has actual water cooling/liquid cooling.
    02-24-2016 09:39 AM
  11. GizmoEV's Avatar
    You might want to also do some research on what's water cooling/liquid cooling. Heat pipes are used on the 950XL, like on the Z3+ and Z5 before it and on the new S7's. No phone has actual water cooling/liquid cooling.
    I get that your mind is made up and don't want to be confused by the facts. What do you think condenses in the condenser section of the heat pipes in the video linked? Are you telling me that I have to throw out all the training and experience I have in Physics over the last 30+ years to fit your way of thinking?
    02-24-2016 11:45 AM
  12. AJN200's Avatar
    I had the same problem, on top of that I was having SD card error. So I uninstalled all the apps on sd card, I am only now using the SD card for pictures and music where I use it on random basis and not comtineous. With this the heating problem went away and so did the restarting problem.
    03-20-2017 05:38 AM
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