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Cooler Master NotePal Infinite EVO Notebook Cooler Review - Test System & Testing Results

Cooler Master takes a different approach than most laptop cooler manufacturers and changes up the fans for the Infinite EVO. Let's see if this new take on notebook coolers holds any merit.

| Notebook Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 29, 2011 2:01 pm
TweakTown Rating: 67%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Test System & Test Results

 

With a 27.5°C ambient temperature, I went about testing the Lenovo with and without the Infinite EVO. To monitor the temperatures I used Core Temp 0.99.7. To stress test I used Prime95 in "blend" mode for the first pass of tests. While I could leave the test to run longer, I find the twenty minutes or so it takes to get through the first seven tests is plenty of time to heat things up.

 

The idle or "low" temperature is obtained after turning the laptop off and rebooting, waiting ten minutes, and then I open Core Temp. I allow it to sit for just a couple minutes more to settle out at the lowest temperature. I then commence testing with Prime95 and once the first set of testing is complete I took a screen capture to show my results.

 

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With the Lenovo sitting on a flat surface without the cooler in place, CoreTemp reads a 37 degree idle temperature and a 78 degree load temperature. Warm for sure, but not out of reality for higher ambient that come with the summer.

 

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Just to get it out of the way, no, this isn't the same screen shot! As you can see, the cooling aspect of the Infinite EVO is nil for my laptop. I will cover my thoughts on this in the conclusion.

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