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14" Dell Latitude E6430 - Performance Upgrades and System Mods

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16 minutes ago, Devo552 said:

As long as it is docked, or plugged in, you should not. Depending on what you are doing, it may run a couple degrees warmer than now. 

If you are not plugged in or docked and running on battery alone, it will drain faster due to the higher demand by the processor.

If you are running games, then yes it will run hotter than usual. 

My E6430 has a 3rd gen i7 in it now, and I run a R9 380 eGPU with it. And while running high demand games such as Monster Hunter top graphics settings and Need For Speed Payback, my computer does run hotter than normal, but the original fan and cooling unit are enough to keep it at a manageable level.


Thank you for the information, i greatly appreciate it. 

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