Clevo 2019

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Depends on the TDP and thermal management settings.
     
  2. Chastity

    Chastity Company Representative

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    We need more watercooling solutions. :D
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Or just make the machine a little bigger with larger heatsinks rather than lugging around water plus an extra box :p
     
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    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    It's been tried before. Makes laptops heavy and bulky.
     
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    Yep I have just finished building a full self contained unit after a hybrid in the same model, and this is one of the main outcomes.

    It's a stone age unicorn in that the chassis even had the space to fit in tubing, pump, res, and two additional fans and radiators, to attain the cooling performance to make the final product worthwhile (I'm yet to update my project thread but with the help of the external cooling >500W consumption, to the voltage limits of all the silicon, with noise barely above idle).

    A hybrid setup where the cooling is done externally avoids most of the weight and retains most of the cooling/noise/thermal performance, but the required skill and attention to detail required to keep a frequently disconnected open loop safe and reliable is fairly significant, and outside of the majority of laptop users' experience and knowledge.
     
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    Plus in your unicorn case extra heatpipes, radiators and fans would have been lighter and performed better.
     
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    Yes, but the braggin rights tho!
     
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    Eh the 870 series certainly does that too for being the fastest...
     
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    Why not have both?
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    I think at that point you are better off with making some sort of a bulky 2in1.
     
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