Originally Posted by Torell
artic silver 5 and undervolting (search undervolting)
dropped my dothan 2.0ghz from 80c to never above 60c
improves battery life too
I don't think I...
Originally Posted by Teckng778
Those temps are a little high but the max temp for the Pentium-M which is what you have is about or over 100c depending on your exact cpu...
Its a Dothan 1.6GHz. My...
I was playing Quake 3 and when I came back into Windows, Notebook Monitor was stating that my hard drive temp was about 50C and the CPU was at about 70C-75C (it probably got up to 80C while I was playing).
My specs are Centrino...
Originally Posted by abf
wonder why Vantec LapCool2 was not on the list
it wasn't on the list because I thought I couldn't find it in Toronto (checked the computer stores websites, and none of them had...
Originally Posted by spotdog14
I own the Bytecc, and i love it. It sits under my Alienware Area-51m. During Half LIfe 2, and other games my laptop fans never spin up to the full rpm's. This thing is really nice,...
From reading reviews on the net, and from your responses, I've narrowed it down to these 3:
(1) Cooler Master CoolPad (PNC-U51) Aluminum Notebook Cooler $42
(2)KINGWIN UC3 Ultra Cool Mutli-Function Notebook Cooling Pad w/ Fan Speed...
Originally Posted by NightHawk7
I have the Vantec and the Antec, but I would go with the Cooler Master pad. I have seen many posts about the Nexus pad which have stated that although it does work to some extent...
Originally Posted by Studio54
I would go for the Nexus w/ heat pipe technology. Its quiet, light, draws no power and has a quiet, understated elegance to it.
I like that its quiet, but is it effective as...