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Zalman NC1500-B Laptop Cooling Pad with Pure Aluminum Panel (NC1500-B)
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- Sleek design incorporating a high quality 2mm thick aluminum panel with a fine curvature and great cooling performance.
- Premium aluminum treated with D.S.A. Surface Processing. D.S.A.( Diamond Cutting, Sand Blasting, Anodizing)
- It is compatible with 17 inch/15 inch/12 inch laptops.
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processor: quad core i7 720 QM 1.6ghz (2.8ghz turbo mode)
video card: 1 GB nvidia GTX 260m
display: 15.6-inch WideFHD 1920x1080 (1080p) WLED
memory: 3gb ddr @ 1066Mhz
hard drive: 500gb sata II 7200rpm
all of this, packed into a 15 inch laptop... not good. Although alienware has improved this model's bios and venting system over its predecessor, still it packs on a lot of heat. It has on times shut down itself due to extreme heat. So i look for a notebook to suffice my cooling needs, I have been choosing amongst 3, NC2000, NC1500 and antec200. I decided to go with this one considering the budget I have for the notebook cooler. One thing I would like to say is before you buy a notebook cooler, make sure you measure the dimensions of the base of your notebook. Mine is a 15.6" screen, but i did not bother to measure the base, thinking that the NC1500 would be enough for the base. It has slipped my mind that alienware makes their bases a little bit bigger because of the hardware, and i'm sure this varies between notebook manufacturers. The NC1500 covers 75% of the base, which I am okay with. Also, check the venting system, and the hot parts of your laptop when choosing a notebook cooler. Different notebooks have different specialties. My venting system is at the far end of my laptop, which is completely missed by the design of this notebook cooler. I am listing my mistakes as a consumer so you don't have to make the same mistakes I did.Read more ›
To make a long story short, I've been running my Macbook Pro for about 11 hours straight now (since I bought the cooler this morning) and those black lines are GONE! Just to be 100% sure, I worked for a few hours in Photoshop, played some World of Warcraft, and other CPU/GPU intensive task. Same results - no more black lines and it's running as good as ever.
I don't like plugging things into my USB ports if I don't have to, so I tried plugging this into my cellphone power adapter and it worked just fine. My old Motorola cellphone's power plug is simply a 5v output with a female USB port. I plug the NC1500 into that instead of my laptop and now I can use it to cool other things like my AppleTV.
This is my second Zalman cooler (the first being an NC2000-NT). My previous cooler lasted about 16-18 months before one of the fans started rattling, making it unsuitable for regular use without noise-blocking headphones. I opted to try this one as it was considerably cheaper and, like the other, purported to be "ultra quiet."
First and foremost, this product *does* help cool laptop. I'm running a mid-2009 15" MBP with both the internal LCD and an external display. This is my primary work platform, and I put it under fairly heavy use during the day. Streaming video tends to spike the heat generation, and subsequently the internal fans, on the device. The Zalman cooler helps more effectively dissipate the heat, resulting in the internal fan speed being greatly decreased.
Second, this unit is *not* "ultra quiet." If anything, I would say it's even a little louder than the NC2000 was (suggesting that the fans may not be of the same quality). The noise is especially prevalent when the fans are dialed up to full speed. Perhaps this is indicative of the fan technologies in general, but don't expect this to be whisper quiet by any means; at least, not on full speed.
Third, it's a bit a small. My 15" MBP overhangs the cooler by about 3/4" on both sides. The description claims that this is for laptops up to 17", but I would definitely not use it on anything larger than 15".
Fourth, it is very lightweight; much lighter than the NC2000.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
More than 4 years later and I am still using this to cool my aging laptop. Works great and runs quietly.Published 18 months ago by E. B.
I ordered this unit in 2010 and it just now started to die on me. The fan was starting to get loud enough that I could hear it over my music, and other people in the room were... Read morePublished 19 months ago by L. M. H.
This is really necessary for some laptops that get very hot. The fan keeps the laptop cool which extends the life of the computer.Published on November 17, 2013 by petitemiss
Aside from the really annoyingly bright led light that is way too bright, this unit cools very well. Different settings for speed and ultra quiet. Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by Uriel Rodriguez
Well, I really do hate to leave a negative review, but this product does not, NOT, cool my laptop at all. Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Mont Claire
Before I added this notebook cooler my computer ran very hot, and would lockup if I tried to run more than two things at the same time. Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by GI
I bought this thing in October, and before the end of the month, the fan on the right side is making clicking noises constantly. Read morePublished on November 22, 2012 by reviewer
This works as described and does the job as intended. I wish I could have found one of these that worked well, AND had a storage type compartment of some sort to hold an external... Read morePublished on March 30, 2012 by Amazon Customer