copper heatsink mod

Teclast F7 Plus Copper Heatsink Mod. A Must If You Want to Tweak Power Limits

The Teclast F7 Plus review has been out for a while now, it’s one of the best if not the best Gemini Lake laptop. And one with 8GB of RAM  unlike the Lapbook SE which has only 4GB. Thermals under the stock TDP (Power Limit) are perfectly fine, but if you’re like me you always want to push the absolute maximum out of your tech. Then this mod here which I’ve been doing for years is...[Read More]

Chuwi Lapbook SE Review

Chuwi’s latest laptop is you could say an upgrade over the Lapbook Air. It improves upon several aspects, the build, screen, and even the keyboard. The CPU is the new Celeron N4100 Gemini Lake which is around 20% faster and it even has HDMI 2.0A output. The the same 2 x USB 3.0 ports, D/C charging and MicroSD USB 2.0 reader. However, due to DDR4 prices most of these new Gemini Lake laptops h...[Read More]

Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 Copper Heatsink Mod – Fix High Temperatures

The Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 just might be on of the best budget laptops I’ve reviewed on the site and YouTube channel, it has 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC, a decent keyboard and trackpad, great screen and a good build quality. Even the option to add an SSD if you wanted to speed it up and increase storage, but it has one big flaw when it comes to gaming. Gaming on the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1, eventually saw ...[Read More]

Cube i7 Book Internals & Thermal Mod. Lower Temps & Improve Performance

The Cube i7 gets pretty darn hot, opening it up I discovered the lack of a thermal pad on between the heatsink and outer metal rear housing. Odd because the X3 Pro, Cube i7 stylus and Cube i9 have this, which helps transfer heat away from the SoC and through the rear alloy housing. But Cube opted to not do it this time around to keep the outer metal cooler? And odd choice if you ask me. Well, I de...[Read More]

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