Cooler Master Notepal D1

Jun 11th, 2009 | By Simon

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Cooler Master impressed me with their simple yet elegant D1. By no means is it a flashy notebook cooler with colored LED fans or multiple USB ports requiring a separate AC power supply. They went back to the basics and with a simple tweak of replacing the hard feet with a softer material, I think they would have come up with a huge winner. As it stands, the D1 is still a budget friendly notebook cooler that does the trick of what a 50 dollar cooler would do – keeping your notebook cool.

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The Cooler Master D1 dropped my notebook’s temperatures by a significant margin with the fans running. Even without the fans on we saw a small temperature drop across the board. For anyone looking to do some mobile gaming, I would certainly consider getting a notebook cooler. The D1 fits my bill with its simple design and very low price.

Advantages

  • Simple design

  • Quick setup
  • Big improvement over no cooler

Advantages

  • Softer material for feet would make this cooler flawless

I would like to thank Cooler Master for making this review possible.

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  1. Thanks for the review and the pictures! You answered all the questions I had…going to order one of these now :)

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  2. Thank you for a good and detail review.

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  3. Appreciate the review! It was extremely helpful. The bar graphs did the trick for me.

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  4. Thanks for the review, very professional.

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  5. good review, but what about the fan’s noise? is it high?

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