Custom heatsink mod

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  1. Evogame Russia

    Evogame Russia Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello. A separate topic dedicated to the user fashion heatsink (radiators) laptops. Add here links to posts with mods for better navigation. Thx
     
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    You can't just add thermal mass, you need to think about airflow and surface area for that airflow.
     
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    1. Cooling will be due to high edges and may have to use the fan GPU.
    I Make a hole so that the air gets on the edges of the processor radiator. I will make such an experiment.

    2. The problem of the base heatsink is a curved plane and poor pressure on the processor (CPU).

    3. The protrusion of my prototype is larger by 1 mm for more pressure on the processor (CPU).
    Example of how to increase the pressure on the processor (base heatsink) using: liquid metal, 1 mm plate and high-temperature sealant
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    P.S. Need to know technical information what is the capacity of the installed heat pipes on the basic heatsink.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    A small high surface heatsink that had airflow will outperform that. Look at the radiators on the heatsink, add the third fan if you want that would make a difference.

    Modify the mounting, modify your IHS or sand thr base.
     
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    @ole!!! something like this CNC made with the soldered VC?
     
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    his with the pre TM so no 2nd CPU fan. for low fan noise, a bigger capacity will do wonders they handle burst loads quite nicely without having to see temp go up to 85-90C before fan starts to spin. theres lack of over all dissipation, surface contact on CPU as well as heatsink capacity, everything is lacking in TM with 6-8 cores.
     
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    They also cool down a lot slower and raise in case temperatures, watch out you don't cook the VRMs.
     
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    What heatpipes / fins are you going to go with? I might suggest thinning the center section, making thicker heatpipes possible could be interesting.
    From China, there is an AIO Heatpipe / Waterblock option for some Sager models.
     
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    Bending the heatpipes so that they cover the whole IHS area would be a given with this mod to maximize the efficiency.
     
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