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Old 18th May 2005, 20:00   #1
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Default Antec Notebook Cooler

Heat is the enemy. Every computer has some sort of cooling system; from a simple set of fans for the average out-of-the-box desktop to the enthusiastís overclocked custom job with a water cooling system. The Antec Notebook Cooler provides a cooling solution for the overlooked cooling market of notebooks. In the world of notebooks thin and light is chic; however with these attributes you also lose the ability to add any sort of serious internal cooling system. Notebooks are built and tested to cool adequately, but what if you want to upgrade with some higher performance hardware which unfortunately runs a bit hotter? My Dell 700m ran cool enough, but that then I decided to add a 7200 RPM hard drive and a 1GB Kingmax Sodimm.


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