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    I could really use a laptop cooler, and most of them are very expensive right now. I don't want to waste the little money i have so I was wondering, Can anybody reccomend me a laptop cooler? I have a HP Pavillion Sleekbook 15 15.7" laptop, when i game or am on my laptopo nonstop (Which i always am when i do my programming). I've heard some great things about the Enermax Aeolus Vegas notebook cooler, should i drop the $50 on that or try to find a better one? Any tips would be helpful.
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    Default Re: Laptop Coolers

    I am sure some one can help you there Alex. You know I don't do laptop's.

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    Default Re: Laptop Coolers

    It's rear and side exhaust if that helps anybody, the problem is the rear exhaust goes straight into the wood of my desk, blocking it from actually cooling.
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    Default Re: Laptop Coolers

    well no laptopcooler is going to help much when the laptops own cooling is blocked...they might give you a few degrees less, but that's probably it.

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    Default Re: Laptop Coolers

    drill some holes, set a forced air to you LT intake, and a vacume to your exhauste port
    hand tools, some scrap wood, and a few case fans
    i could run it all off a 12v power pack, preferably plugged into a surge protector you can 1 click your entire work station on and off with

    sounds like a project i could do with out spending a dime
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    drill some holes, set a forced air to you LT intake, and a vacume to your exhauste port
    hand tools, some scrap wood, and a few case fans
    i could run it all off a 12v power pack, preferably plugged into a surge protector you can 1 click your entire work station on and off with

    sounds like a project i could do with out spending a dime
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    I could really use a laptop cooler, and most of them are very expensive right now. I don't want to waste the little money i have so I was wondering, Can anybody reccomend me a laptop cooler? I have a HP Pavillion Sleekbook 15 15.7" laptop, when i game or am on my laptopo nonstop (Which i always am when i do my programming). I've heard some great things about the Enermax Aeolus Vegas notebook cooler, should i drop the $50 on that or try to find a better one? Any tips would be helpful.
    I will let Joe and Mike know you are looking for a notebook cooler. If you check our recent reviews you can see the ones they reviewed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    I could really use a laptop cooler, and most of them are very expensive right now. I don't want to waste the little money i have so I was wondering, Can anybody reccomend me a laptop cooler? I have a HP Pavillion Sleekbook 15 15.7" laptop, when i game or am on my laptopo nonstop (Which i always am when i do my programming). I've heard some great things about the Enermax Aeolus Vegas notebook cooler, should i drop the $50 on that or try to find a better one? Any tips would be helpful.
    I have the Evercool AIOLUS II, it works for side exhaust but the additional blower should help out a lot. Here's the review I did on it if your still looking for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    I could really use a laptop cooler, and most of them are very expensive right now. I don't want to waste the little money i have so I was wondering, Can anybody reccomend me a laptop cooler? I have a HP Pavillion Sleekbook 15 15.7" laptop, when i game or am on my laptopo nonstop (Which i always am when i do my programming). I've heard some great things about the Enermax Aeolus Vegas notebook cooler, should i drop the $50 on that or try to find a better one? Any tips would be helpful.
    Sandy is right, I do have a notebook cooler that you might be able to use. Reference the review of the Aeolus Vegas here:Pure Overclock | PC Hardware Reviews & News for Overclockers!t's a pretty solid cooler, just not meant for someone who would need to keep it mobile. Hit me up with a PM if you might be interested in it, I still have it sitting in the OEM packaging (sand wrapping) in my "workshop" closet.

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    Thanks a lot guys, I'll look into the reviews now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    It's rear and side exhaust if that helps anybody, the problem is the rear exhaust goes straight into the wood of my desk, blocking it from actually cooling.

    That model exhaust is on the left side facing the screen and the input is across the middle towards the front. Sometimes you can make a difference by adding higher feet to the bottom of the laptop. Run Coretemp and check the temps and then raise the back up a bit and see if your temps change. Also your exhaust make be filled with dirt and not allowing the normal cooling process. Check the link below for a video on the tear-down of your laptop.

    HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15 - Disassembly and fan cleaning - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    That model exhaust is on the left side facing the screen and the input is across the middle towards the front. Sometimes you can make a difference by adding higher feet to the bottom of the laptop. Run Coretemp and check the temps and then raise the back up a bit and see if your temps change. Also your exhaust make be filled with dirt and not allowing the normal cooling process. Check the link below for a video on the tear-down of your laptop.

    HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15 - Disassembly and fan cleaning - YouTube
    I clean it out once or twice a month, and when i got it the first thing i did was put new thermal paste on (Seeing as CoreTemp didn't like the temp sensors with my AMD-4555K processor and thought it was idling at 96C) I also blow out the keyboard and exhaust with air every couple of weeks.
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