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Written by Mark Pedersen   
Saturday, 24 November 2012
Table of Contents: Page Index
NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler RN-CRX60-B1
Closer Look: NZXT Cryo X60
Cryo X60 Detailed Features
Testing and Results
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Cryo X60 Detailed Features

This notebook cooler also has a 4 port Usb 2.0 hub built in which will provide 3 additional Usb ports since one is used to connect the hub to the laptop. There is a power button on the side with a 5 speed fan controller and when the cooler is plugged in automatically turns on to full speed.

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The very back panel shown here is plastic that blends in well with the aluminum and the power indicator is a white led. A wise decision by NZXT to choose plastic for the back and and the base because sharp aluminum corners could easily scratch and poke holes in surfaces.

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The base is all black plastic, the fan draws air through these vents on the bottom. Though the fans are very quiet the sound of air rushing through these vents sound similar to a vacuum cleaner powerfully sucking up air, but when the fans are near a flat surface during normal use the sound is flattened out and cannot be heard.

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Next the Usb ports is the built in fan controller, it has 5 settings for the fan speeds and a power button. I can see when running on battery power only it would be wise to run the cooler on the lowest setting to still have some cooling action while using the least amount of power possible.

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Comes with usb and AC power adapter cords. Plus another Usb cord needed to operate the built in Usb hub feature on the cooler.

Box Description

Are you in the market for a premium notebook cooler, one that can keep your gaming notebook chilled during your intense matches? NZXT has just what you need with our latest aluminum design, Cryo X60 notebook cooler. The Cryo X60 can support notebooks up to 16" with multiple ports including 4x USB 2.0, integrated 5 speed fan controller, option to either power by USB connector or AC adapter, and equipped with 2x 12cm fans for superior cooling. Count on the Cryo X60 to keep your laptop cooler and running longer.



 

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# laptop cooolingLaptop cooling 2012-12-28 02:09
Thank You,

The information you shared is very informative laptop cooling
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# RE: NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler RN-CRX60-B1Deciduous Sprue 2013-02-05 11:24
I'm sure this is a great accessory. However, you repeatedly stress how hot all laptops get. This simply isn't true. My current laptop does not get hot, even after 6 or 7 hours of sitting on my lap. You shouldn't open a review with a blatant fallacy.
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# RE: RE: NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler RN-CRX60-B1Steven Iglesias-Hearst 2013-02-05 11:24
That's not how I read it. More of a loose opening statement to which most readers can relate. If your laptop does not get hot then you won't need to look at laptop cooler reviews.
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# RE: NZXT Cryo X60 Notebook Cooler RN-CRX60-B1Rick Coleman 2013-02-05 11:25
I like it but for $50+ bucks I think it should have had at least two fast USB 3.0 ports. The trend is away from the much slower USB 2.0 so in order to get the best longevity out of this product it really needed to have a future forward feature. My new Alienware laptop has 3 USB ports (1 x 2.0 & 2 x 3.0. It gets my skin simmering very quickly sitting on my lap while playing Skyrim and Crysis 2, so I use a TV dinner folding table. But I'm looking for a laptop cooler to make my couch dwelling more comfortable. This advert caught my eye, however, I'll keep looking. Btw, my external hard drive is USB 3.0 as is my 64 GB USB flash drive.
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