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Cooling my Laptop Cooling Pad?


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Ok, no gaming until the paste comes :( But the CPU is staying steady at 48 degrees Celsius when I'm on Power Saver mode, so I'm hoping I can at least check my mail without danger.
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I don't worry until my CPU temps touch 60°C.
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OK, I'll keep that in mind. But I just spent the last few hours building my perfect PC, and without the HDD's and monitor (I already have those,) it's only $975! Looks like I'll have a new summer project come graduation!
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