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As far as my simple research goes, you should pick the thickest one. Thick laptops have more room for cooling and will be quieter. Both have the same tdp range (18-25W) so the level of quietness is for the best cooling solution


Depending on the humidity of your location. In general it’s not a good idea to use an air compressor because of the moisture in the air which could get all the components of the computer. If you were location where the air is super dry (under 10% humidity) it would probably be fine but it’s best to use canned air. Canned air is made from dehumidifier air so ...


It's difficult to say on basic specifications alone. the idea Irsu85 brought up is a good one, but for all we know the thinner one might use fancy cooling mechanisms like vapor chambers, has more/larger heat pipes or has an aluminum unibody that assists in dissipating more heat. If you have the make and model. Try looking for video reviews. Often times they ...


There are several things to try, First there is a software solution. MSI Afterburner is a free program you can download, and it has options to change the fan curve of your GPU. This way you can set the fan to run at 100% at higher temperatures and still have it be quiet when idle. The same can be done for the fans in the uefi/bios of your system, Some ...

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