StrongCool Vacuum Fan : Testing Effectiveness To Reduce Heat Of Notebook While Playing PES2017


I'm very happy with the launch of the game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 and have already downloaded the demo for PC version. As known, this game requires a computer with high specification and has a graphics card or Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). 
And this is the time to test how effective this StrongCool Vacuum Fan to reduce the heat. 
I use Open Harware Monitor software (can be downloaded at www.openhardwaremonitor.org) for monitoring the temperature of the hardware that is installed in the notebook. 
This software allows you to monitor CPU (Clocks, Temperatures, Load, Powers), Generic Memory (Load, Data) , GPU (Clocks, Temperatures, Load), and HDD (Temperatures, Load).
This time I just focused on the temperature and this is the data obtained from this test :
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Before the game started and the fan is not turned on

Hardware Temperatures
1. CPU  43.0°C
2. GPU  0.0°C
3. HDD  36.0°C


After the game is run about 10 minutes and the fan is not turned on

Hardware Temperatures
1. CPU  78.0°C
2. GPU  86.0°C
3. HDD  36.0°C


When the game is run and the fan is turned on about 10 minutes

Hardware Temperatures
1. CPU  77.0°C
2. GPU  77.0°C
3. HDD  35.0°C


After the game was stopped, and the fan is turned on about 10 minutes

Hardware Temperatures
1. CPU  63.0°C
2. GPU  0.0°C
3. HDD  35.0°C

The conclusion is. First, PES2017 games does not affect the temperature of the HDD.
Second, the effectiveness of this tool is not enough to reduce the temperature of CPU and only able to reduce the GPU temperature about 9°C but at least helpfull to air circulation from inside the notebook.
Third, while playing the game still use these tools and even better if in the room and turn on the Air Conditioner.


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