How to lower temp 15° C with in full load?

August 25, 2011 at 14:32:51
Specs: Windows 7 64 ultimate, i7-2630QM/4gb/GT525m
What Cooler Pad for a notebook Dell N7110(17.3 inch, i72630qm, gt 525m 2gb, 4 gb ram, ) is capable to lower temperatures with 15° C in full load, and wich one will be a best buy?

In full load (furmark) i get up to 80° C on GPU

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August 25, 2011 at 16:40:22
You shouldn't need a cooling pad. Just make sure the laptop is on a hard surface such as a table top - not on your lap, sofa, bed, carpet, or any other soft surface that will block the underside vents. And if possible, prop up the back with a book or something to allow better airflow under the laptop.

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August 25, 2011 at 17:19:50
Of course it is on a desk ... with its rear up on a mount to ensure a better ventilation, but the problem i'm dealing with this only in full load and i would really like to find a solution.

In idle or light use like browsing or hd movie it is quite cool 39 gpu, 45 cpu, but when i throttle it with some games or 3d rendering, my temp goes off the roof like 80, so thats why i am asking for help.

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August 25, 2011 at 18:41:57
Use a desktop for those, they are more suitable anyway.
If you still want a cooling pad then look for one with better air flow, possibly 2 fans, BUT I doubt you will actually see that much drop. They are NOT air conditioners, they are just fans and they actually cannot change the amount of air flowing through your laptop, they can just deliver fresh potentially cooler air to the vents and prevent stagnant air from being pulled through the laptop. Therefore while you should see some improvement, it will be limited and most will be about the same. You would do better lowering the room air conditioner by an additional 10 or 15 degrees, that will help more.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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