A Stylish Cooler from Lian Li to Keep your Notebook Cool

"Lian Li has unveiled a sexy notebook cooler that it claims can resolve overheating issues for gaming laptops."

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A Stylish Cooler from Lian Li to Keep your Notebook Cool
 
The sexy new NC-09 from Lian Li keeps gaming laptops coolLian Li has unveiled a sexy notebook cooler that it claims can resolve overheating issues for gaming laptops. Targeted at high-end notebooks, the NC-09 is available in stylishly anodised black or silver.
 
400mm x 337mm x 34mm in size, the massive all-aluminium cooler features a 220mm fan and draws its power via a mini-USB inlet attached to the notebook. The fan also has two USB2.0 ports for peripheral flexibility and has three height adjustment positions.
 
The cooler has enough base area to easily accommodate a 17in notebook and makes an ideal companion for a high-end gaming laptop that requires additional cooling. The only drawbacks of the otherwise classy cooler can be considered the somewhat steep price of $70 and the lack of any speed control mechanism; it has been provided with just an on/off button.
 
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10-04-2009, 10:21:51

mrapoc
Hey all

width and height arent as important but still looking for a quality looking smallish case to watercool.

I want it to go on my desk which gives me 55cm to play with, it can overhang a bit...well it will have to for cables behind i suppose.

needs to be a bit taller than a pc-8 or similar so the rad (360mm) has space to go without totally sacrificing all my pci slots

11-04-2009, 06:47:31

tinytomlogan
Always a good idea to look at the A17 for small watercooling dude.

11-04-2009, 07:15:48

mrapoc
yea thanks tom but the thought of an external cd drive doesnt sound too cool :(

is there ANY way to get a 360 in there with a cd drive and without sacrificing my pci soundcard and tv viewer?

nice case tho, love it

11-04-2009, 07:21:47

PeterStoba

yea thanks tom but the thought of an external cd drive doesnt sound too cool :(

is there ANY way to get a 360 in there with a cd drive and without sacrificing my pci soundcard and tv viewer?

nice case tho, love it



you could get a slimline drive..

11-04-2009, 07:30:22

mrapoc
where would that fit?

i thought the 360 would take up the whole of the front panel?

11-04-2009, 07:32:48

PeterStoba

where would that fit?

i thought the 360 would take up the whole of the front panel?



I'm not sure if you could, but i am sure with some imagination and a dremel you could. Or you could fit a 120.2 in the front, allowing you to still use a dvd drive and some hard drives, and then mount a 120.1 in the roof (or 120.2 with the bracket to make the psu stick out the back more? depends what you wanna do

11-04-2009, 07:44:04

tinytomlogan
Externals are ok dude, I dont ever use internals now tbh. its either bin the cd drive or loose some pci slots and have the rad in the bottom.

Slimline ^^ probs wont work, be a mare to fit and the rad will use up most of it, a thermo will touch the roof.

11-04-2009, 07:58:16

mrapoc
Suppose i hardly use my cd drive anyway

seems a plan

have the rad moving air in or are we reversing the air flow so air comes in from back and out the front?

11-04-2009, 08:42:15

Ham
Depending on how much chopping your prepared to do a V350 could do it. Coupled with the right matx mobo youd be sorted, assuming the 2 pci cards + a gpu is all you have down there?

11-04-2009, 09:32:56

mrapoc
dont think i want m-atx tho

want all the atx mainstreamability really but ill take a look
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