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kazi86

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Hey guys,
I just bought a new HP Laptop, it works really good and all however the fan noise is extremely annoying and loud. Is it possible for me to add either a quieter fan or possibly LIQUID cooling??
If so, around how much would it cost?
Thanks
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It's really not practical to add water-cooling to a laptop, and a fan may not be something you can replace yourself.

A better idea may be to look for a utility to control the fan, or underclock the CPU (if it's a PentiumM).
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yeah, i guess you're right, it totally slipped my mind that i cud jus set it. lol
thanks for your reply
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