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[Amazon.ca] Amazon.ca: Cooler Master NotePal X-Slim Ultra-Slim Laptop Cooling Pad - 11.99$...

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[Amazon.ca] Amazon.ca: Cooler Master NotePal X-Slim Ultra-Slim Laptop Cooling Pad - 11.99$...

Hi there,

It is today deal of the day. I bought one for my router. ;).

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B005C31HC0

Ju Leon...
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thx...im debating if u shud pull the trigger! good ideal for cooling the router! i notice it feels pretty hot underneath...dlink DIR 882
*SIG: Ryzen R5 2600 cpu w/ ASrock B450M OCd to 4.0ghz@1.265v stock cooler 16gb ram win10 pro w/radeon rx460 rogers Gigabit<< xb1 gamertag: mikka2017 >>
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mikka2017 wrote: thx...im debating if u shud pull the trigger! good ideal for cooling the router! i notice it feels pretty hot underneath...dlink DIR 882
After having one router die from what I can only attribute to heat over the years, I'd highly recommend it. I have no idea why more routers don't have active cooling on them, but then again I guess that sells routers when your old one craps out :rolleyes:
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Thanks
Looks like a great deal, in for one
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Thanks op - my son was just asking about one of these for his laptop. Never thought about one for a router as some has mentioned, might have to order another.
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In for one, thanks.
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crap,i don't have prime anymore so i need to order 35$ worth!
*SIG: Ryzen R5 2600 cpu w/ ASrock B450M OCd to 4.0ghz@1.265v stock cooler 16gb ram win10 pro w/radeon rx460 rogers Gigabit<< xb1 gamertag: mikka2017 >>
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Thanks OP, bought 2.
If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
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Thanks OP. Ordered.
Didn't look at it at first. Price was showing 11.99%, thought that was the discount.
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Wondering if this would work on top of an audio/video receiver - is the bottom of this thing solid or can air pass right through it?
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SizzleChest wrote: Wondering if this would work on top of an audio/video receiver - is the bottom of this thing solid or can air pass right through it?
Props up like keyboards do. Way too weak for av receivers.
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mikka2017 wrote: thx...im debating if u shud pull the trigger! good ideal for cooling the router! i notice it feels pretty hot underneath...dlink DIR 882
How would you power it for a router though?
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Tibbs wrote: How would you power it for a router though?
Plug the cooler into your usb port on the router?
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lykwd888 wrote: Props up like keyboards do. Way too weak for av receivers.
Too weak in terms of physically holding up a receiver or CFM?
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Wonder if I can use these to cool my ps4/xbox?
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brianpee wrote: Plug the cooler into your usb port on the router?
lol. I had thought that port would just be for an external, but it makes sense that it would work for the power draw.
lostchild83 wrote: Wonder if I can use these to cool my ps4/xbox?
I'm looking around my house now.... what else can we cool!! too bad only two orders allowed per account! :)
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if your laptop is running hot it could be internal fan is clogged with lint/dust.

I've salvaged a couple of laptops by opening up the laptops and cleaning out the exhaust.
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Thinking of installing it at the back of an enclosed entertainment center to draw hot air out but size might be too big.

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