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ind3pend3nc3
post Jul 20 2017, 11:46 AM, updated 5 months ago

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As the title goes, how do you guys cook your gaming laptop?

I planned on buying a cooling pad, is there anything that I should look out for? Like the position of fan, elevation etc?

And is there specific type of cooling pad for a specific type of laptop? 😂
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post Jul 20 2017, 11:49 AM

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get a cooling pad...im using cooler master notepal..

make sure dont obstruct the air flow of ur laptop...dont place too close to the wall..

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post Jul 20 2017, 02:08 PM

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i got a good recommendation. Yuesong V5. works like charm.
it kept my Core i5 from throttling when i am playing Paladins. when my coolermaster cooling pad fails to do the job right.
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post Jul 26 2017, 01:57 PM

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Cooler master u3 is fine, can change position of the fan

Can wash the fan also
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post Jul 26 2017, 01:59 PM

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QUOTE(ind3pend3nc3 @ Jul 20 2017, 11:46 AM)
As the title goes, how do you guys cook your gaming laptop?

I planned on buying a cooling pad, is there anything that I should look out for? Like the position of fan, elevation etc?

And is there specific type of cooling pad for a specific type of laptop? 😂
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try to get metal plate.. a good conductive.

can direct the heat to the cooler pad
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post Jul 28 2017, 08:25 PM

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Can try to disable turbo boost .. for me i feel no different in terms of performance and it does reduce the temp..
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post Jul 29 2017, 12:05 AM

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if use in aircond room maybe can no need use cool pad kot
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post Jul 29 2017, 04:57 AM

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Use cooling pad (metal material)
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post Jul 31 2017, 05:01 PM

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be in a airconditioned room,then use cooling pad made with metal..
kweil
post Jul 31 2017, 08:23 PM

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Using cooling pad with upgraded fan with high rpm..
avrilmae
post Aug 4 2017, 01:21 PM

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Yes, get a cooling pad.
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post Aug 4 2017, 02:33 PM

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Use a book, and place it at the bottom back of the laptop. A good airflow is the best cooling solution.
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post Aug 4 2017, 02:41 PM

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actually a cooling pad or whatever will cause heat to built up

best is to raise the bottom of the laptop off the table so that there is enough space between bottom of laptop with table surface around 3 or more inches this is to ensure air that is being sucked into the laptop from the intake is cool

i personally used pvc pipes and made it into a frame and then rest my MSI onto it
also please check that the pipes do not obstruct any intake fans, mod as required

other then that for when i download i made a frame where i place a table fan under to blow direct into my old laptop


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post Aug 13 2017, 07:05 AM

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i think best way is to get a table stand fan and blow onto the laptop directly, the laptop should be elevated from the surface like 5cm or more.
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post Aug 13 2017, 10:10 AM

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I'm thinking, shouldn't the gaming laptop do have sufficient cooling system internally?
Gamer play long hours, the designer should have aware of that.

I kind of can't accept the internal cooling are not meant for long hours usage for game.
If a gaming laptop overheated during game, then I'll assume that the laptop are not properly design.

*Unless overclocked, that's different story
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post Aug 13 2017, 11:33 AM

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I use cooling pad. But my Illegear already has very good cooling design.
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post Aug 25 2017, 11:29 AM

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ya, get a cooling pad for incase

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