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    Default Which laptops have less overheating problems


    I want to purchase a novel laptop. Still, I do not experience which one, for I had already two, a HP pavillon and a Dell Vostro 3400. All of them have excessive heating troubles as I used them to perform really hardworking.


    Hence, I require to experience which laptop could be the correct 1 to this job w/o excessive heating troubles. Plz help me.....

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    I am creating few statistical analysis (phylogenetic analysis) that needed a plenty of processing. This investigation can carry out 3 to 4 days. Time to encounter a desktop to do this. A fast modern desktop could no doubt do it (much) faster without excessive heating.

    The advantage: you can use your laptop for other purposes that 4 days. I know that the best option is a desktop. Still, I do not want to be stuck in a place. In your experience or knowledge, which laptop would be the best (less excessive heating problems).

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    Essentially laptops are everything created the similar way which the same parts. The ones built to be powerful give off more heat. The less powerful with integrated graphics will be less likely to excessive heat.

    I've never had an AMD and don't experience much about them but here is the Intel story. When laptops first hit main stream they used desktop processors and essentially Intel would come out with a novel processor and it would be in desktops and laptops were on generation behind. Then Intel developed the pentium M processor.

    That was when they first tried to create a processor run cooler and utilize minimum energy. As then with each novel processor release the are trying to conserve power and extend battery life. Intel does not construct the battery hence they can just affect the energy required to to a specific task. The battery technology doesn't alter as fast or as often as the intel is altering technology.

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    It I was a bad person I could excessive heat any laptop. It's pretty easy if I set it on a soft surface to block the vents. It's also easy after only one year of use. Why? The vents and heat sinks require cleaning about once a year.

    This is why my answer is there is no such laptop made that can't be excessive heated. And then I must recant. There are those militarized units but I doubt these are an option.

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    I have a HP Pavillion DV7, it's a great laptop but it does get really hot. unluckily nearly each laptop seems to suffer from excessive heating nowadays, but there are some things you can do. Purchase few compacted air and on a regular basis blow via all the vents

    Purchase a laptop cooler, If you have the knowledge, accept your laptop case off, and examine that everything the internal fans are working properly (They may need unclogging/replacing). A little extra maintenance and some extra external cooling may help solve your troubles.

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    This is the most common question when it arrives to owning high end laptops. Will I spend 1000s of dollars on a laptop and end up having to tack on one of those hideous cooling systems on the bottom?

    I have been attempting to solve this consequence for years using trial and error and believe me, with the exception of Alien ware, you really acquire what you pay for. I have never owned a laptop that didn't excessive heat when you do something actually strenuous on it, even with a cooling system.

    I only sold an Alien ware m17x, earlier that was a ASUS G51Vx-X3A, etc. All of them were supposed to be on top side of the line and all of them had cooling troubles.

    My recent and best buy was almost 6 months earlier and it was a custom Sager rig with dual GTX 480's and dual i7 980x's. Not your typical laptop hardware. I spent about $6000 on it but I finally encountered a laptop that doesn't have cooling problems no matter how hard I drive it.

    It has thick rubber feet on the bottom and could be used as a space heater in one direction from all the heat it blows out the back but it never excessive heats under stress, which is the ultimate goal when you want a high end portable system.

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