The choice of a good cooling pad for our notebook is very important, let's see what are the best models to choose from
The performanceThis will list different types of cooling pads, with different characteristics, but the rule of thumb is that the best ones are always active ones, ie with the fans.
Other models have other advantages, but the most heat loss is achieved only by models with fans (fans).
A comparison of modelsLogitech Cooling Pad N200: Pad equipped with a large fan, is suitable for laptops with screens measuring up to 16 inches, has two speeds and is powered via USB. The current price is about 35 €
Xilence T17: Cooling by fan, lit with LEDs (no special function, they are just lights), USB powered ensures low noise emissions because of materials Soundproof, can accommodate notebooks with screens up to 15.4 inches big. The current price is about 30 €
Cooler Master NotePal U3 cooler aluminum hybrid, dissipates heat both actively and passively. Fitted with 3 80 mm fans, ie small, removable, which help the passive dissipation. Can refrigerate large notebook, 17 or 19 inches. The transportation is very convenient, and indeed serves as protection for your PC, as you can fit inside it using it as a metallic shell. The current price is about 50 €. The Cooler Master is the leading manufacturer of cooling devices for PCs.
Xilence FL17: passive cooling pad, fanless, dissipates heat through the material it is made of aluminum. It can accommodate notebooks up to 15.4 inches. The advantage is the complete absence of noise. The current price is about 20 €
ThermalTake iXoft: passive cooling pad very original: it is a mat composed of a special material that dissipates heat. You can fold or roll for easy transport. Cool notebook that can reach the size of 17 inches
Nilox ProTools 250 Cooling: Heat Sink with two active fan: 8cm, can bring PC up to 15.4 inches, is powered via USB.
The main advantage, besides the great fans, is the price: 10 €
You need thermal compound + check cooler2012-07-04 16:14:14 by portlandgent
Understand that a Pentium D will get really hot - it's basically two Pentium 4 CPUs in one package. If the Pentium 4 coolerr (fan + heat sink) you have now is a "stock" Intel cooler for a P4, it may not be able to keep the Pentium D as cool as you need. So it could potentially overheat. I guess you can try it and find out.
The cooler assembly - if a stock from Intel - isn't really designed to be removed and re-installed many times. It has plastic tabs you can rotate to remove the cooler but it's quite possible to break one of them - and then your cooler is basically junk. All four plastic tabs really need to make a secure connection to the motherboard
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