The Havit HV-F2056 15.6″-17″ Laptop Cooler Cooling Pad is a great way to keep your laptop cool during long gaming or work sessions. The cooling pad features a premium design and durable construction, making it perfect for laptops with powerful processors and graphics. The pad also features an easy-to-use design, making it a breeze to set up and use.
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Logan Rowe –
My MSI P65 Creator runs HOT. I have smooth skin on one wrist from long term exposure to it and needed a solution. I’ve been using this for about 3 weeks now and have seen a noticeable difference.Temperature: Good enough – under worst-case scenarios, the laptop now runs warm instead of unbearably hot and can be used comfortably without needing to hover my wrists.Noise: Good enough – it’s not silent, but it’s pretty quiet. You can hear it, but it’s a consistent noise and easy to forget about.Lights: Not a problem. I was a little worried about some of the comments saying the LED lighting can’t be turned off. That said, when the laptop (17 inches) is on the pad, you cannot see the lights at all.Traction: Good. Doesn’t slide under the pressure from my hands and the laptop doesn’t slide on top of it.Height: Okay. I use it in the flat position. I was worried that having the laptop elevated would be uncomfortable, but it hasn’t posed an issue so far. I haven’t tested the tilted position and do not plan to.Nits: Fans only have one speed. Uses USB from laptop to power it, not a problem because it give you another USB port in the back of the fan, but I’d rather have it plug in to the wall or run on batteries.
Rhonda Smith –
My Dell laptop has been revving up in the past year and I think it’s been too hot for some reason. I took it off the book stack and purchased a proper stand for it but that didn’t seem to make a difference. A friend of mine said she and all of her peers at work use this brand of cooling pad. I bought one too and it works! I wish I could have purchased it sooner. I’ve read that it extends the life of your laptops. I am happy with the purchase.
Howard and Shikha –
My wife has a Microsoft Surface 4 she uses for work. This laptop gets hot and was running it’s fans all the time. We plugged the fan power into a Targus docking station and left the power switch on. The fan is smart enough to only run when the laptop is plugged into the docking station. My wife doesn’t notice the sound and her laptop fans don’t run unless she’s working in her bed. Perfect!
My work laptop was running VERY hot due to all the “extra” software installed by my company that I can’t uninstall. Combined with the poor positioning of the air intakes on the laptop, it was almost too hot to use….well….in your lap. After putting this underneath, the temperatures for the CPU and GPU have been significantly reduced and it’s no longer spinning up the internal fans to blast out the hot air. I don’t even know this pad is there most of the time since it’s so quiet.
Jared Drake –
Before I used this, I downloaded a program to monitor my CPU temp. Then, I turned the fans on. The temp dropped, but not drastically, so I wasn’t really expecting it to do much good. I was really shocked at how much faster my old laptop ran after I started using this fan. And it’s consistently running faster, so I know it wasn’t just a fluke. It’s really not much louder than the fan that’s built into the laptop, either. I was on the verge of buying a new laptop, but before I did, I reloaded software on it. I regret doing that before I bought the fan, because I lost all my bookmarks and stuff. Bottom line, this was definitely worth buying!
I had been wanting a fan for my laptop for awhile but kept procrastinating. I finally had to get one when I installed a high powered game. I went blindly into purchasing this product but it was probably the best fan purpose! The fan has a pretty blue color, is easy to plug up and run, and makes little to no noise. I kept thinking that maybe I didn’t have it plugged up at first because there was barely any sound but nope. That’s how quiet it is! I felt underneath and also felt my laptop. Much cooler now after using. I was so worried my laptop would explode after using this new game that I got but this fan cools it down so much. I highly recommend it!
Codfish 4219 –
I already replaced the internal fan in my HP Pavilion laptop once, and it was a nerve wracking, unrewarding experience, and after I was done the sound no longer worked through the speakers… At least the sound output jack still worked anyway… Fast forward about three years, and the Paviliaon was experiencing overheating problems again… Before installing another new fan, it occurred to me to do a search on “Cooling base for laptop” and voila! the Havit popped up… All I can say is this puppy is awesome – as my HP is now running “cool as a cucumber”… Other reviews have covered the feature details quite well, so I won’t bother to repeat them here… The best news for me is: I won’t be replacing the Pavilion’s internal fan again – whew…!
Began to suspect overheating was causing laptop to crash and occasionally corrupt files as a result. Didn’t want a crash to cause a big problem. Did RAM check, no issue. Stumped. Crashed multiple times per day and then would be stable for hours.Internal fan would come on and run on full. Read that high CPU utilization can trigger fan and then crashes if overheating continues.Adjusted max CPU utilization to 80%. Crashed much less, like once a week, but could feel the slowness. Began inching up 5% at a time. Crashed started increasing immediately. Bought this and confirmed laptop remained stable at 80% then cranked up to 100%: hasn’t crashed once. Miracle.Since it has a USB port, when you consume a usb port on your laptop that was used by something else, you can plug that device into the cooling fan’s port instead and be fine. That’s what I did with the mouse’s Bluetooth transmitter/receiver.
Brayden Moore –
So I bought a new laptop (16inch and it fits perfect) and after around an hour of set up and an hour of light gameplay/youtube my laptop was so hot I couldn’t keep my hand on it. I put this pad underneath and had 2 games open, youtube, and a couple other things running for around 4 hours and it kept the laptop cool the entire time. Id recommend putting the little feet up to get more air underneath. The LED’s are not too bright. I was also worried it would be loud and my mic would pick up the noise but these fans are quieter than my laptop fans (which are pretty quiet)
Sean Borash –
Heavy PC gamer, I7 core nivididia rtx graphic hdr top of the line 2022 gaming PC laptop. Constant overheating just from 1-3 hours of casual gaming/movies through HDMI, (heavy usage, uploads, downloads, graphics). Ethernet, with power cable and wireless controller, mouse and keyboard. First use of inter cooler was a complete difference. Laptop and power charger (power charger set adjacent to fan) we’re completely cool after 5-7 hours of heavy use. Will definitely be using for a long time if it lasts. It is a bit bulky thick wise, and I have a very hard time fitting into laptop bag 17″ with PC and cables, recommend larger bag or backpack. Noise level is nothing, the fan on the laptop when it is overheating is twice as loud. Great cooling, don’t have to worry about laptop, little bulky, minimal noise…you can sleep when it’s on.