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Windows 7: [Question]Safe Temperature

23 Dec 2010   #11


The review does mention that laptop model "rapidly heats up" to 90C. Doesn't sound good unless that only happens if you're running full-out benchmarking and not simply games. I second the cooler advice, and don't get a cheap one - they barely work. My old Dell Inspiron did not benefit much from those cheap $10+ coolers but saw definite improvements with a Zalman NC1000, although it's a tad small for my current notebook.

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