Thursday, November 15th 2012

Deepcool Releases the Multi Core X6 Notebook Cooler

Deepcool, the leading manufacturer of a wide range of computer cooling products, announced its powerful multi-fan laptop cooling pad – Multi Core X6, the upgraded 4 fans notebook cooler.

Multi Core X6 applies dual 140 mm fans and dual 100 mm fans with fan 4-status control. The black butterfly appearance of Multi Core X6, for highlights the dual 140 mm and dual 100 mm fans combination more perfectly, and for reflects the superior cooling performance better. Multi Core X6 chooses a more prudent classic black so that making the clever butterfly and strong wind perfect integration.


Multi Core X6 breakthrough in traditional notebook cooler who applies for dual 100 mm fan and dual 140 mm fans for the first time, a single fan speed up to 1300 RPM, 4 fans operating at the same time ensures high cooling performance.

Luxury 4 fans gives strong wind to meet the cooling requirements for the hot notebook computer, also the 4 fans can cope with low power consumption well. Multi Core X6 using 4 fans with fan working status control in the industry so that users can arbitrarily control the cooling level according to the notebooks' heating area condition and the power consumption.

Multi Core X6 is considerate because it has two different using angles, you may select your own one according to your feeling of ergonomics.

Multi Core X6 carries standard USB interface to meets the multi USB device users' mass demands, USB interface "in" and "out" in order to avoid using the notebook original USB interface.

The recommended retail price will be around 25 Euro.
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15 Comments on Deepcool Releases the Multi Core X6 Notebook Cooler

#2
erixx
LOL

I thought:
Great footrests!
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#3
THE_EGG
Do like. As long as the structure has a metal body or skeleton, I might think about buying this for my laptop as my zalman nc2000 is getting on after a few years of good service.
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#4
erixx
I am a noob as I do not own one of these. But having all laptops tiny "air-in" apertures and low air displacement inside... Aren't these "apparatus" filled up with fans totally useles, being enough a simple elevation of the laptop in order to let air circulate?

Fighting legends day in day out!
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3870x2
by: erixx
I am a noob as I do not own one of these. But having all laptops tiny "air-in" apertures and low air displacement inside... Aren't these "apparatus" filled up with fans totally useles, being enough a simple elevation of the laptop in order to let air circulate?

Fighting legends day in day out!
I think they help just a bit, at least dispersing the heat around the laptop.
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#8
Steevo
If your laptop has that much of a problem with heat.........



I have never had a laptop fail from heat, and I have 12 including mine now that are running.

So far most have been replaced as they are too slow, some die from vibration killing connectors, some die from drops and spills, and one the hard drive died in. The rest get stripped and tossed after about 4-5 years.
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#9
lZKoce
by: Drone
lol
As funny as the resemblance is, actually it's a good idea. All my CPU, GPU, 2ndGPU and HDD are located on the left part of the laptop. So the right is stone cold. "A regular" notepad cooler with one big fan in the middle doesn't do much. At least this covers all the possible spots. Although Deep cool: cheap, reasonably quiet, not much air-flow, but for this money, that's it. Still better than nothing.
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#10
3870x2
by: Steevo
If your laptop has that much of a problem with heat.........



I have never had a laptop fail from heat, and I have 12 including mine now that are running.

So far most have been replaced as they are too slow, some die from vibration killing connectors, some die from drops and spills, and one the hard drive died in. The rest get stripped and tossed after about 4-5 years.
I have a gaming laptop that has a 6850 and an i7 2630QM. HP thought it would be a great idea to put this in a thin form-factor. I now own a powerful super-massive deathblade that overheats religiously.

Great laptop though.
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#11
Darkleoco
No laptop should require that much cooling unless it is poorly designed, my g75 with a 660m and i7 3610QM has no trouble with heat even when playing Crysis 2 for hours.
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#12
radrok
This is for people who have kept an alienware on their lap, I feel your pain :|
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#13
adulaamin
I guess it would've been better if they used four 120mm fans so in any case 1 fan dies or becomes noisy it would be easier to find a replacement... :)
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#14
radrok
Or.... DELTA FANS, suddenly HOVERCRAFT. :roll:
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