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Guide to Cooling Down Your Notebook Computer

Discussion in 'Notebook Dummy Guide Articles' started by Charles P. Jefferies, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. anurag1910

    anurag1910 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Very comprehensive guide. I have experienced overheating many times as well and will definitely consider some of those methods in order to fight it! Thanks!
     
  3. wild05kid05

    wild05kid05 Cook Free or Die

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    I have found some of this (Copper Heatsink for RAM), can anyone advise on what kind of applications I can do with it. I have heard people sticking this on the heatsink if there is space..
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    hiarieshi Notebook Evangelist

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    ^ Those look like cpu heat sinks to me. The way ram is usually seated wont allow space for your bottom cover to be put back on. RAM heatsinks usually look like sleeves for the RAM
     
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    westCoastgeekbaby2 Notebook Consultant

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    Those probably won't work on Ram, they just look to big to fit in most laptops
     
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    ChilenoML Notebook Enthusiast

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    Excellent guide, but those don't apply to me, cause for some stupid reason in my country this stuff costs like 100$. But i'll try the voltage one!
     
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    fmmsf Notebook Consultant

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    great guide man! +1rep
     
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    D4ng3r Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you for the guide, I was just trying to figure out what would be the best way for me. + rep
     
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    d0m0 Notebook Guru

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    Good guide, I'll look for a cheap cooling pad.
     
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    You can dedust as much as you want, one day there will be a wall of dust between the heatsink and the fan. I have seen this in a trillion laptops no matter what make... here is a picture that shows this on a Acer TimelineX 1830T

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