Intro: Laptop Cooler Hack!
Do you have a brand new laptop with a powerfull cpu and gpu and want to play the latest games but your laptop overheats and slow down ? Sure the first thing you may think is to buy a laptop cooler, the one with the biggest fan you can find.
But is that enough to cool down a laptop?
What a laptop cooler does is to allow more air to go to the cpu and gpu and cool them down. But this is not as easy as it sounds as every laptop company puts the cpu , gpu and heatsink in difirent places.
Here is a quick guide that show's you how to dramaticly reduce fan noise and decrice pcu and gpu temperature.
Step 1: Lets Get Started
Ok so you in order for this to work you obviusly need a laptop that you can have access to the gpu and cpu from the down side of the laptop. Most laptops require you to unscrew some screw's and then you have acess to the main board. Also you need a good screwdriver so you wont damage the screws. Also you need a laptop cooler that you can buy or make. make sure the fan on the laptop cooler is placed near the cpu and gpu.
My laptop cooler has a big fan in the center and with this hack i cool down the ram the cpu and gpu
Step 2: 1
ok so the first thing you have to do is to shutdown your laptop, unplug the battery and then press the power button for about 5 seconds. This will discharge the laptop capacitors.
Next you have to ground your self by touching something metal like a window
Step 3: Unscrew!
After that you have to unscrew the back of the laptop where the cpu is. be carefull when doing this as there may be some hiden screws under some stickers!! You dont have to put mych presure!
Step 4: The Final Thing
The next step is to place the laptop on the laptop cooler and make sure there is some space between the laptop and the cooler. Now plug in the battery and turn on your computer!
Also remember never to touch the back of the laptop when there is power!
Step 5: Results
I have made some test's to show that this actualy works
here are all the test i use EVEREST Ultimate Edition and did a cpu stress test for 6 minutes