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    Default Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Hello guys. I'm looking for best 17" cooling pad for my gt70, portability is not a problem and it will mostly be on a solid surface or sometimes bed.
    Not something very expensive, around $30-40.
    cooling pad that will keep it coolest, any recommendations please

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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Recommend CoolerMaster U3
    It come with 3 USB-powered fans, can be customize their position as you need.

    The pad made by aluminium and the incline angle is large enough for air flow between the table and bottom of laptop, good enough for normal gaming heat drive without fan, and excellent with fan
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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Welcome to Thermaltake You will be able to get it almost anywhere in the world if you search for it (they also have same model in black with blue coloured fan)...
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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    That thermaltake looks awesome haha

    I also recommend the Cooler Master U2/3, works nicely


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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Thermaltake, CoolerMaster, and Antec tend to lead the way in the laptop chillers. The Thermaltake Massive23 is a pretty good one.

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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Quote Originally Posted by juliant View Post
    Welcome to Thermaltake You will be able to get it almost anywhere in the world if you search for it (they also have same model in black with blue coloured fan)...
    i sort of searched for it just now, they have massive23 LX and CS but not GT in here. ill try to look around if i can find it, thanks.


    Actually a friend of mine bought U2, but according to him build quality is very weak.

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    Default Re: Best cooling pad for MSI GT70-0ne

    Quote Originally Posted by ryzeki View Post
    That thermaltake looks awesome haha

    I also recommend the Cooler Master U2/3, works nicely
    hey ryzeki, isn't u2 small for 17"?

 

 

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