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Hi Lizzie
 
I have experienced a flaw in the design, if the notebook (keyboard) is standing vertically or more than 45 degrees(angle) from horizontal, the heat pipes tend to stop working efficiently to transfer the heat out of the unit.
I have experienced a flaw in the design, if the notebook (keyboard) is standing vertically or more than 45 degrees(angle) from horizontal, the heat pipes tend to stop working efficiently to transfer the heat out of the unit.
 
Not knowing if you have your notebook propped up on anything, I can't confirm if you are experiencing this issue.
 
My notebook when standing on end, tends to heat up to 90 degrees celsius and then electronically throttles to a very slow state to stop the unit from cooking.

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Original post by: Batty ,

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Hi Lizzie

I have experienced a flaw in the design, if the notebook is standing vertically or more than 45 degrees(angle) from horizontal, the heat pipes tend to stop working efficiently to transfer the heat out of the unit.

Not knowing if you have your notebook propped up on anything, I can't confirm if you are experiencing this issue.

My notebook when standing on end, tends to heat up to 90 degrees celsius and then electronically throttles to a very slow state to stop the unit from cooking.

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open