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However, I noticed that the power supply gets pretty warm to the touch. I was thinking about getting a heat sink and attaching it to the power supply. I'm not worried about making it bulkier since I have a different power supply for when I'm out of the office. The EOM power supply stays in the office.
I was wondering if anyone else has done anything like this?
I would think that making the ps run cooler would extend it's life a bit or is it not worth the effort?
But I think these PSUs are engineered to perform well and agree with kaled that any effort to cool it will result in marginal if any benefit. In using laptops, both mac and PC, for the past thirteen years, I've never had an external PSU go bad, even under extremely hot and humid tropical conditions.