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August 1, 2010 11:38:12 AM

I know its an old lab, but i works. The Harddisk is growing in heat 60 -65 C without coolingpad . I have a coolerpad under and then it is 42-46 C.
I'm looking for a microcooler to install inside the lab behind the HD or elsewhere.

or a genies solution :o 
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August 2, 2010 4:51:56 PM

There really are no aftermarket cooling products for notebooks - there's no room for them. Other than drilling holes in plastic panels for more vents or installing your own fan somehow (along with cleaning dust out of your heatsinks), there's not much more you can do.
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August 9, 2010 4:35:42 AM

I know it is difficult. Maybe some mircocooler for other use can do the job. Or I can make a radiator button instead of the HD lid...
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August 9, 2010 12:59:33 PM

Cooling Pad is the cheapest and most simplistic cooling option for Laptops, the most i personally can reccomend is keep it ontop of cold hard services and don't use it on your lap, pillows and other soft furniture.

If you feel your laptop is dying to the point where you need to molest it to keep it running, it may be worth concidering just buying a cheap Netbook etc, which these days are 200 GBP or under if you're lucky.
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August 16, 2010 5:16:23 AM

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August 16, 2010 5:20:02 AM

:sarcastic:  Well I will spend some € for a G560 or something likely. Thanks :sarcastic: 
vipers992 said:
Cooling Pad is the cheapest and most simplistic cooling option for Laptops, the most i personally can reccomend is keep it ontop of cold hard services and don't use it on your lap, pillows and other soft furniture.

If you feel your laptop is dying to the point where you need to molest it to keep it running, it may be worth concidering just buying a cheap Netbook etc, which these days are 200 GBP or under if you're lucky.

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