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I would like to know: models HP 240 G7 and HP-15dw0001nh do contain ventilator or passively cooled?

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I would like to know if models "HP 240 G7" and "HP-15dw0001nh" do contain ventilator or are passively cooled? Both model has an N4000 dual core celeron processor at 1.1 Ghz.

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Normally machines with 6w CPU won't have fan (called fanless machines). But in both cases you can add fan to it later if you wish (when you find out it has no fan). HP sells fan and heat sink for fanless machines.

 

My suggestion: buy a better model from 240 G7 series or from 15-dw0xxx series with core processor and you won't have to worry about it heat.

 

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What do you mean a better model from 240 G7 series or 15-dw0xxx series with core processor? The processors with beginning letter "i" eg.: i3, i5, or N5000 (not celeron)?

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