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Zalman Coolers NC1000 vs NC2000


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Does anyone know what the difference is between these two? I'm using these to cool off my Alienware M17x if I had to run it on its highest performance.

What is the difference between NC1000 and 2000? Which one is worth the money I'm willing to spend, and why? If the NC2000 is worth it, what has improved from the 1000?
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Remember, Google is your friend. The 1000 is designed for up to 15" widescreen notebooks, the 2000 is for larger notebooks.

http://www.quietpcus...ck-P384C30.aspx

That said, I generally recommend using a pad that comes with an external power supply. It seems counterproductive to me to place a greater load on the laptop when you are trying to cool it.
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Well, I have an external USB plug that goes into an outlet in the wall when I bought a pair of Bluetooth headsets, that should work, would it not?
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that should work, would it not?

Yeah. That should work just fine. That may not be the most convenient if you travel, unless you normally take this external USB device with your.
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