Dell Precision M6600 Water Cooling - project

Discussion in 'Notebook Cosmetic Modifications and Custom Builds' started by Hellsik, Jun 30, 2018.

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  1. Grant B Gibson

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    Are the pics on the right the CPU waterblock or the external radiator? I can't see much on my phone
     
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    Really wish that M18x water cooling solution reached a consumer product, would give us at least designs to duplicate into other laptops.
     
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    If only it made it into production *sigh*
     
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    @Hellsik your pics seems to be broken, if trying to view via phone.

    But otherwise great job! It's sad that watercooled notebooks are still a niche nowadays and mostly self-modded.

    I own a watercooled Lappy too which a friend of mine modded and entrusted it to my hands afterwards.
    I replaced the CPU with a 3920xm ES, will post some benches soon.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Gesendet von meinem ONEPLUS A5010 mit Tapatalk
     
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    Looks really clean, Your friend CNC it ?
     
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  7. Hellsik

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    It could be possible, but now I will make my water block from old copper heatsink. It takes some time and I must buy copper flex tubes. I can have only 6-7mm block height. Pictures will be here.

    Nice job, It lookes very nice, but i need all components in my laptop. Maybe pump will be 1-2mm out from bootom case. Your one fan can cool all system?
     
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    any updates?
     
  9. CaerCadarn

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    Sorry for the late response!

    It's one fan and a cooling radiator. And yes on idle I have about 10° and under full blast it's about 15-20°.
    As soon as I receive the new water pump, I will post some benches.

    Gesendet von meinem ONEPLUS A5010 mit Tapatalk
     
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    What about stable loop temp? Does the one fan/rad stabilise the temperature over long, overclocked workloads?
     
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