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Anonymous1 Rank 23
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Is these ok? My laptop is on coolermaster but still it feels quite hot Sad

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FreedoM Rank 21
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Yes the temperature is standard. If you still think it's hot buy a cooler pad.
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Anonymous1 Rank 23
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@FreedoM wrote:
Yes the temperature is standard. If you still think it's hot buy a cooler pad.

It is already in coolermaster which is cooler pad Smile Any tips what to do to maybe get this thing cooler>?

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FreedoM Rank 21
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Do you have any issues like it restarts or freezes from the heat? If not i don't see a problem here. Wink
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Rushbie Rank 21
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Few holes to some old refrigerator and external monitor Thumbs Up Classic. 
Actually would like to try something like that.. WonderLaugh
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Anonymous1 Rank 23
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@FreedoM wrote:
Do you have any issues like it restarts or freezes from the heat? If not i don't see a problem here. Wink

No, i´m just annoyed that it feels hot Very Happy But i guess nothing to worry then.

I wish i was hot too Rofl

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Purps Rank 18
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If it's a laptop that's always plugged to electricity, you may want to remove the battery, if not already done so.

Keeping it charged for no reason generates quite a bit of heat. I don't even know where my battery is anymore Wow

And don't worry, this heat will be over by the weekend and it may take a few years/decades for it to come back Cool

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Anonymous1 Rank 23
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@Purps wrote:

If it's a laptop that's always plugged to electricity, you may want to remove the battery, if not already done so.

Keeping it charged for no reason generates quite a bit of heat. I don't even know where my battery is anymore Wow

And don't worry, this heat will be over by the weekend and it may take a few years/decades for it to come back Cool


Yep, done so already with battery, i think i´m.....

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WuDu Rank 20
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Don't laugh, however when my old desktop PC was falling apart 10 years ago I had problems starting it because the ventilator on the CPU was broke. So I opened up my PC, screwed off the ventilator and put up one of these to cool the CPU manually:

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It worked and I got all my data...

 

 

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Purps Rank 18
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@WuDu wrote:

Don't laugh, however when my old desktop PC was falling apart 10 years ago I had problems starting it because the ventilator on the CPU was broke. So I opened up my PC, screwed off the ventilator and put up one of these to cool the CPU manually:

s-l300

It worked and I got all my data...

 

 


 

Nothing to laugh at. I have this exact tower fan model constantly humming on back of my poor old laptop.

It needs to be upside down though to get the air flow better through the laptop venting holes.

Don't need it during winter ( finnish ), but now that it's like 30 Celsius here, this laptop would die within an hour without it... And I don't mind the cool breeze either Happy

 

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