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Is it normal

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3 minutes ago, iHacKZz_v1 said:

Is this normal?

Yes. Thin laptop means there's no space for adequate cooling and thus temps tend to run hot. It's THE problem with elitebooks and thin and lights.


Be patient.

Just because a new product has come out, it doesn't mean that your thing is suddenly performing worse than it was when you bought it.

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Sorry for the late reply.

 

Could do. It's not as simple as more w/mk = better cooling.

 

Since you said the other side was flat, by dots do to mean dimples/divots? If so I'm not really sure why they'd be there.

 

 


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The main issue with an ultra-slim is not necessarily the TIM, as that just equates to getting the heat to the heatsink faster, but rather the intake and removal of air from the system.

 

If you don't move air thru the cooling unit you aren't going to cool anything.

 

What are you using this vanity system for anyway?  Sure it has high specs, and may be labelled as an ROG product, but an ultra-slim, IMO, is not really suited to hardcore gaming (unless you are living in a cold weather environment)

 

 


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