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Gigabyte G-Pad Pro

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  1. Darksaber

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    The Gigabyte G-Pad Pro is a notebook cooling surface, intended for 15 inchers or smaller. It features a heatsink shape, can be cooled actively if needed with the included fan and propped on the its feet. Transporting it is made easy as well, thanks to two included bags.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/G_Pad_Pro/
     
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    LOL look at the performance graphs :roll:

    CPU..........................."higher is better" :D
    GPU Diode..................."higher is better" :D

    Someone please fix lol.

    Come to think of it, these Macbooks are really not designed for 100% cpu load. W/o the G-Pad (funny how G and PAD come together in one phrase), the cpu loads at 80C :twitch:

    Nevertheless, this thing does do its job well. :rockout:
     
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    LOL what higher is better? it says Lower is better everywhere :D:cool::D

    na thanx for the find - fix :)
     
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    Is it possible for me to do a review on my antec notebook cooler? That way people can see how it compares to other notebook coolers?
     
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