My home town has temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius. My battery got fried and had to replace it. The technician said it was because my pavillion x360 convertible 11m-ad1xx did not have any fan or cooling system. Is that correct? Do I need to buy one to improve the life of the new battery?
Models with Intel Core processor have a fan with the heatsink. Pentium and Celeron models are fanless. Looks like you could install the Intel Core heatsink with fan since the hole pattern is the same. However, the cost would be more than the laptop is worth. You could get a fan base powered off the usb port for not as much money. Its not true there is no "Cooling system" as there is a heatsink and if the temperatures were in normal range I am sure your technician means well but he/she has no real basis for saying the cooling system caused the battery to fail.
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