Cooling Pad Benchmark SP3 I5

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    I bought a cooling pad for my Surface Pro 3 I5 8GB RAM.

    I have 2hours the game "Mafia 2" played with resolution 1600x1200 and 20-24fps. Game without any lag. directly after the game I tested 3DMark06 / 3DMark11.

    3DMark06 6128
    3DMark11 1028
     
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    Can you supply a link to what you bought...
     
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    That's perfect for gamers!
     
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    NO! NO! NO! The SP3 is not a gaming machine! Tsk... tsk... tsk..;)
     
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    Thanks you, that's what I've been looking for.
     
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    Why don't you run the Intel Extreme Tuning CPU Stress Test twice with a cool down in between without and with the cooling pad. It would be great to get some screenshots of both passes.
     
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    What size did you get?
     
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    I'm waiting for the one designed specifically for the SP3 but there are a zillion (or at least a few dozen) of these things on Amazon.
     
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    the performance in the game remains the same. that was important to me. and without pad is not possible. but I can do the test tomorrow

    I bought the 17 inch version today. I get 15 on Saturday to test. in Germany's friday feast day;-)

    I will write about what is better
     
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    Given that the guy that did the Box fan test has since done a test with a small-med sized USB fan successfully it may not really take a lot.
     
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    that's true, there are many but this one has to move brackets. the holder is very good for the surface. most have blue fan that does not match the surface I find
     

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