Laptop Cooling in Minecraft Tags: Prebuilt Laptops Cooling Minecraft Systems Last response: April 6, 2012 11:06 PM in Systems Share Anonymous April 6, 2012 10:27:18 PM I've recently gotten hooked on minecraft online. While playing it, I notice java takes ~55% cpu. The Laptop gets so hot that you get burned if you touch it. What can I do without purchasing anything to possibly fix this??? More about : laptop cooling minecraft Ubrales a b D Laptop April 6, 2012 11:06:25 PM Laptops generally run hotter than their desktop companions; especially in heavy gaming! Try setting the laptop on 1" wood risers on the sides, and then directing a table fan at it. Another solution would be to use a laptop cooler (at added cost) : http://www.cmstore-usa.com/notebook-cooling-1/ m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCan my laptop run Gmod, Warface, TF2, Minecraft, and Unturned? Forum SolvedCan my laptop run Gmod, Warface, TF2, Minecraft, and Unturned? Forum SolvedBest laptop for my budget for minecraft Forum SolvedMinecraft laptop with good fps? Forum SolvedWill My College Laptop (Lappy) Run Minecraft at Playable FPS Forum SolvedIs this a good laptop for Minecraft? Forum SolvedIs this a good laptop for minecraft? Forum SolvedWhich laptop would be better for high demanding games such as minecraft Forum SolvedWhich laptop is better for playing Minecraft? Forum SolvedCan My laptop support Gmod And Minecraft? Forum SolvedHow will minecraft perform on this laptop Forum SolvedHow will minecraft run on this laptop Forum SolvedCheapest Laptop That Can Max Minecraft 60 FPS Minimum Forum SolvedMinecraft laptop. 40+Fps while recording Forum SolvedMinecraft server on a laptop Forum SolvedWhy can't my newly formatted laptop can't run minecraft. It is working smoothly before i formatted my laptop please help Forum SolvedGaming Laptop (Will it run Titanfall and Minecraft)? Forum SolvedLaptop that can play minecraft Forum SolvedLaptop to play Minecraft and Dota 2 Forum SolvedLooking for a laptop for minecraft? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !