[SOLVED] Can vacuum cooler harm laptop fan ?

May 19, 2020
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Hello,
my laptop overheats, so i need to re-apply CPU thermal paste and use an external vacuum cooler, but i wonder can it cause the laptop fan to fail or damage ? since the vacuum could force the laptop fan to rotate abnormally.




Thanks in advance
 

Darkbreeze

Retired Mod
No, it won't hurt it. It also won't do much of anything. Those coolers, and the laptop pad coolers you put under the laptop, are just mostly marketing gimmick items that don't, and can't, actually make any difference to CPU or GPU core temperatures. They mostly only allow for a cooler surface temperature so that the laptop surface is not uncomfortable to your hands.
 
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Darkbreeze

Retired Mod
No, it won't hurt it. It also won't do much of anything. Those coolers, and the laptop pad coolers you put under the laptop, are just mostly marketing gimmick items that don't, and can't, actually make any difference to CPU or GPU core temperatures. They mostly only allow for a cooler surface temperature so that the laptop surface is not uncomfortable to your hands.
 
Reactions: Rebean94
May 19, 2020
7
0
10
0
No, it won't hurt it. It also won't do much of anything. Those coolers, and the laptop pad coolers you put under the laptop, are just mostly marketing gimmick items that don't, and can't, actually make any difference to CPU or GPU core temperatures. They mostly only allow for a cooler surface temperature so that the laptop surface is not uncomfortable to your hands.
Thanks alot sir.
 

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