Ralf Hutter wrote:
*using rmclock or notebookhardwarecontrol.
Building your own laptop cooler is also an option.
I build one from cardboard, a Scythe Slipstream (1200) and a USB-cable.
Powering the slipstream from the USB-port effectively undervolts the fan enough to be VERY quiet while still providing plenty of aitflow.
Making your own USB powered fan is really easy.
Just cut open a USB cable. Connect red(usb) wire to red(fan) wire and black(usb) wire to black(fan) wire.
The last wire in the USB cable is not needed. Neither is the last wire from the fan (used for RPM monitoring).