Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
For instance, if I upgrade my 533MHz to a 800MHz would it make a big difference in the temperature if it is Dual-Core or Single-Core? If its going to be hot either way, is there a way to adjust the fan speed or cool it off another way?
It might heat up a little bit more with the change in CPU. Keep in mind the motherboard can only handle so much heat before shutting off. In the BIOS if you could adjust it then it would be only to raise it higher but that means it still would get hotter anyway or if you go lower then the laptop would shut off on you quicker.
I would recommend this courtesy of Xoxide:
I found this doing a google search for laptop cooler. You can do your own search and look at other sites to get even more ideas.
This is good cause it keeps the laptops really cool and also cause they stay cool, less chance of components on the motherboard going bad and also less chance of hardware going bad as well.
Hope this info helps.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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