Neoseeker.com Forum Thread: Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review - page 1

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Author:   leochan
Date:   Aug 23, 11 at 4:55am (PST)
Subject:   Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review
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The Notepal U Stand is a notebook cooler with adjustable elevation, allowing the user to set the angle of the cooler on which the notebook rests. Two 100mm fans that the user can place in most any position in the cooler also add another degree of customization, but these features add to the price. See what the U Stand offers for $50 in our latest notebook cooler review!

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Author:   JohnRocks
Date:   Aug 23, 11 at 9:19am (PST)
Subject:   re: Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review
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It seems an awesome laptop stand. I wish to buy it soon.
Thanks leochan for this informative post.



Author:   Supernova1332
Date:   Aug 23, 11 at 6:40pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review
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Nice review, a bit pricey but if you've got a hot laptop the $50 is worth not damaging it or having to send it in for repairs from overheating.

On the testing page it seems like, at least in the second graph, that they're sorted by idle temperatures. Aren't the load temperatures arguably more important as long as the idle temps are within reason?



Author:   The Smith
Date:   Aug 23, 11 at 6:45pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review
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quote Supernova1332
On the testing page it seems like, at least in the second graph, that they're sorted by idle temperatures. Aren't the load temperatures arguably more important as long as the idle temps are within reason?
Hi SuperNova,

Thanks for your input. In all graphs, they are automatically ordered according to the sum of their idle and load temperature, so one degree of difference at idle has the same importance as one under load. It is true however that one should watch much more the load temperatures than the idle ones, as you said.



Author:   Supernova1332
Date:   Aug 23, 11 at 7:04pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Notebook Cooler Review
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Ah alright, the whole 1c difference at load isn't a big deal at all but it just seemed curious, thanks for the response


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