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Cooling/Quieting A monster Laptop

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Kingkool68Cooling/Quieting A monster Laptop
by on Jan 10, 2005 at 6:06:07 pm

I have a Clevo D470W (http://www.clevo.com.tw/products/D470W.asp) **My Specs are in my user profile** that I have had for just over a year. I upgraded the RAM from 512 to 1 gig and ever since then I have been noticing the fans are going all the time. I was looking around the internet for any fans I could upgrade to inorder to help cool/quiet down this beast, but I haven't found anything. The best solution I have found is to raise the back end of my laptop 2 inches to get better circulation. I just need some advice on what I can do to get this monster laptop under control and not be so loud. These past couple of weeks I was wishing I had a desktop so I didn't have to worry about this. Any tips are welcome.

Russell
http://www.RussellHeimlich.com


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mike velteRe: Cooling/Quieting A monster Laptop
by on Jan 10, 2005 at 9:00:06 pm

It is not unusual for laptops to overheat during rendering. keeping air flowing underneath often solves the issue. Laptops should be very quiet. I would open the case and inspect the fan and its installation.

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