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I just want to remind other readers, that the cooling pad mentioned above has nothing to do with the "thermal pads" factory-applied to cpu & gpu [in lieu of thermal compound or paste].

The effectiveness of such coolers is greatly affected by the laptops fan configuration; i.e. is air pulled in from the rear, bottom, side. They most likely don't perform very well for rear or side air flow.

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If iwanted to test out my GPU ....can i just overclock it a bit and see how the temperature goes then i can udnerclock it again?> At what temperature does my 8400M GT will fry at?

Is it best to buy a cooling pad?

when browsing net: i get about 60 degrees celcius on the GPU

Games> 70 degrees celcius

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