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  8-Mar-13, 21:28   #1
Cooling fans for notebook 0 
Mober 
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Anyone using or know about cooling fans hat actually works?
Im looking for one but from the most reviews ive read so far, havent found anything
doing a good job.

yea i got what you mean Smile and changed the title lol

Edited by Mober (Friday, March 08, 2013 @ 21:49 GMT)


     
  8-Mar-13, 21:33   #2
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mahdrof 

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Never heard of this until your post, so curious about some of the answers. I can tell you one thing, that title lends itself to many jokes Mober... Big Smile

     
  9-Mar-13, 00:28   #3
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marqis 

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Posted by Mober:
Anyone using or know about cooling fans hat actually works?

Why would you want one? Seems to me that it doesn't actually do anything useful, except for making noise...
Is your notebook running so hot that it needs extra cooling? I.e. do you experience crashes because of overheating issues? Maybe there is a better solution, if so.

     
  9-Mar-13, 21:00   #4
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Mober 
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Well i have installed a program measuring the heat cause at some point
you could hear the fan working (wasnt silent as before) and it was up to 80 degrees C.
So if it runs that hot now in summer will explode Smile
Thats why im looking for a solution right now before the heat hits us.

     
  9-Mar-13, 21:49   #5
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marqis 

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Posted by Mober:
Well i have installed a program measuring the heat cause at some point
you could hear the fan working (wasnt silent as before) and it was up to 80 degrees C.
So if it runs that hot now in summer will explode Smile
Thats why im looking for a solution right now before the heat hits us.

80 C is not really too bad, when CPU is at 100%, I get that too, then the internal fan kicks in, and cools it down.

It's been that way for 5 years of heavy use, and the CPU is still okay. In low CPU situations my laptop is almost completely silent at 57 C. When the CPU is at 100% for extended periods it goes to 85 C, and the fan gets a bit noisy. I've never needed any additional cooling, so I wouldn't worry about it. The internal fan should be able to handle it.

     
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