Most Powerful Cooling Pad - 17"

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  1. thegreatsquare

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    Interesting design, going to spend a little more time looking at that one thanks for sharing @thegreatsquare
     
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    seanwee Father of laptop shunt modding

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    @TheReciever those cooling pads run LOUD. They use repurposed blower fans.
     
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    There's 3 settings. The highest is loud, but the middle setting is effective and quiet enough to be drowned out by the G14's speakers.

    The middle setting is quieter than the MSI GT72's "Turbo" fan speed.
     
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    Most powerful one? Notepal U3 plus with custom fans.
     
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    seanwee Father of laptop shunt modding

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    Most efficient, quiet and powerful

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    2x Arctic P14 fans
    3v-35v to 5v-45v variable voltage booster

    Consumes 3.6w at 12v, 10w at 20v

    All powered by USB, no need to carry around a power source unlike notepals and is far more refined looking.

    Cheaper too vs most notepals like the 3x EK vardar notepals
     
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    I did, a home made one like that too. it works with both usb port and wall plug / converted to 12v.
    But wow convert battery to 12v or beyond, I thought I had it made, until now.
    If it draws too much from laptop have seen people using 18650 3v batterys / 3vx4=12v I guess could back up your system.
    It would be cool to see laptop battery life, if it is effected at all. with cooler and with out. I dont know if my laptop would fall on its face, already a power hog
    fan rpm?
    I've been running yate loon fans thinking of upgrading, do artic have good static pressure I like it about 1500 rpm but want to about 2000.
    quiet is a perk.
     
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