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Cooler Master NotePal Infinite EVO Notebook Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

We have reviewed several exciting products from Cooler Master over the past few months from cases to CPU coolers.  They have built up a strong brand in both these markets thanks to a combination of good performance and high value.  They do produce other cooling products, though, like notebook coolers.

Today we are going to look at the Cooler Master NotePal Infinite EVO notebook cooler which offers some intriguing features.  We are interested to see if the fans within live up to Cooler Master’s “silent” claims as we have yet to come across a notebook cooler that is quieter than the Macbook we will be using for testing.


  • Aerodynamic design with unique U-shape airflow to enhance cooling performance by up to 20%
  • Two powerful yet quiet 80 mm blower fans provide superior airflow
  • Adjustable fan speed gives the best balance between silence and performance
  • Ergonomic design for best viewing/typing angle
  • Elegant sand-spray finish aluminum pad for best cooling performance
  • Side cable groove design for easy USB cable management
  • Compatible with all 17” and smaller laptops


  • Colour: Black
  • Material: Aluminium, Plastics, Rubber
  • Weight: 1.2 kg
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 410 x 310 x 17-61 mm
  • Fan Dimensions (WxHxD): (2x) 80 x 80 x 21 mm blower fan
  • Fan Speed: 750 – 1400 RPM
  • Fan Speed Adjustment: Stepless speed control wheel
  • Fan Airflow: 120 CFM (60 CFM each fan)
  • Fan Noise Level: 23 dBA (Max)

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  • Orion

    There is no such a thing as ‘silent’ 80mm fans. unless they spin that low they dont produce much air. Surprising Cooler Master would release a laptop cooler with this design today, they tend to make them with big ass fans. for a reason.

  • Brian

    looks like a good match for the macbook, same colour scheme.

  • Iain MCintyre

    Even if they used 92mm fans would have been a better choice.

    I had an akasa laptop cooler for a while there and it used 80mm fans I just didnt even plug them in cause they drove me nuts.

  • Raymond

    Looks ok, nothing special really. might suit the apple audience more.