Laptop Cooling Pad

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  1. SieRobin

    SieRobin New Member

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    Hey I have a Titan SERINA (TTC-G2TZ/D) laptop cooling pad. [TITAN fan pad]

    I just noticed that the pad pulls air in and pushes it out the side vents. Thing is, my laptop pulls air in and circulates it into the laptop, not out. Isn't this kind of contradicting itself? Should I reverse the fans in the laptop cooler to push up to help the fans cool the laptop or what should I do?
     
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    PC_Inquisitor New Member

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    Does your laptop gets so warm?
    The pad's material could help without the extra of the fans... I don't mind
     
  3. SieRobin

    SieRobin New Member

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    Well only when really playing games.. however it doesn't matter because you can't flip the fans over on the pad. And I really don't want to see if I can reverse the flow on my laptop nor do I think it'd be a good idea.
     
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    You should have the fans faced towards it so heat can be cooled away. Look at how graphics card and PC fans have their placements.
     
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    How is the titan SERINA. I need to get me a laptop cooling pad for my laptop can get pretty warm.

    Doc
     

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