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MacBook Pro - Best MBP cooler?


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I'm looking for a MBP cooler, people like the zalman nc1000 but all the mbp people I've read say it doesn't fit the mbp? help?
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I use the antec notebook cooler http://www.the-gadgeteer.com/assets/antec-1.jpg

Edit: It's got 2 fans which blow air out the back, its powered by usb (however, the usb end has a usb port in itself, so you don't waste a usb port), and it has 2 settings of hi or low though I leave it on high all the time.

I'm a movement by myself.

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i use the Belkin Cooling stand. it really works good on my girlfriend's Laptop "Toshiba"
i'm trying it now on my MBP to see if it works....if not i'll get the Antec cooler.
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I'm using the iLap, it works great (no fans needed). It's a little on the pricey side but it's totally worth it.
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have u first tried smcFanControl (or somthing similar) to up the fan speeds a bit when needed.

since i d/l it i havent had a problem with mine getting hot, no matter where im using it.
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