Dell Precision M6600 Water Cooling - project

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  1. Hellsik

    Hellsik Notebook Geek

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    New test with cooling only GPU 6970m from iMac with dell bios. It was only tested without mounting water block.
    After a minute I must add a fan to cooling GPU RAM.
    Water temperature in stress test was 43 degrees after cooling down It was 36 degrees.15 minutes later water temperature is 30 degrees (GPU 39).

    First test GPU core 715MHz
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    Second test GPU core: 680Mhz
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    Second test GPU core: 680Mhz with pressure on water block
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    Iddle after test with 3 min cooling

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  2. Mastermind5200

    Mastermind5200 Notebook Virtuoso

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    That seems pretty impressive tbh
     
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    715mhz is your best OC? Or just a slapstick run?

    I seem to remember running 800mhz when I had that machine.

    Very nice though :)
     
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    Well, to be fair, it isn't GCN, Terascale never could OC as high as GCN....

    But I'm just impressed it works! If I had the resources and know how, my Ranger would already have this!
     
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    TheReciever D! For Dragon!

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    A hybrid cooler has been made for the R4, its possible just needs enough interest and the means I suppose.

    I had the same system with the same GPU, and distinctly remember having an 800Mhz core clock. You couldnt overclock too much more mostly because you had to hard mod for additional voltage of which I think the mod is here or on T|I.

    Its a nice laptop, can install the m6100, 7970m, or the m290x 4GB. Still quite viable for such a inexpensive machine. Also one of the best keyboards I had ever used.
     
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    I thought it was the M18X? Impressd that there is another one

    Yeah, I'm just impressed at those temps more than the OC itself

    It is! Honestly, its such a cheap gaming laptop or workstation I absolutely love it

    Cheapest I could find that was viable for gaming

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Precision-M6600-i7-2760QM-2-4GHz-8GB-180GB-ssd-1600x900-NVIDIA-Quadro-3000M/253744008960?epid=4013268994&hash=item3b14524f00:g:MD0AAOSw3VpbNQ5u&_sop=15&_sacat=0&_nkw=m6600&LH_BIN=1&_from=R40&rt=nc

    Honestly might go for it if I wasn't short on cash
     
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  7. Hellsik

    Hellsik Notebook Geek

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    Original frequecy of GPU is 860MHz. But it says 75W TDP I think it should be around 100W, but I have orderder second type of CPU water block. Than will be two step. Create own copper water block, than create better on CNC.

    I have M6600 with i7 2920XM, AMD M6100, 24GB RAM, 500 GB SSD and 1TB HDD. It is one of the best notebook. But maybe I will upgrade it to Alienware x17 R5/ 17 R1 with nvidia 1060 or 1160. It is the last laptop that you can change CPU and GPU. :)
     
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    Ah then maybe it was 900Mhz, its been some time since I was on that laptop.
     
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    This has to be seen. I hadn't much opportunities to test it overclocked before the mini pump gave up!

    Gesendet von meinem ONEPLUS A5010 mit Tapatalk
     
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    Have you looked at a Micro Ambulatory Pump or Circulatory Assist Pump?
    The Circulatory Assist micro-pump is the size of a AA battery with an outer body diameter of 14 mm, length of 49 mm, weight of 25 grams and pumps up to 3 liters of blood per minute.
    This has to last, the patient is depending on it, no room for failure here.
    http://www.prweb.com/releases/synergy/device/prweb545582.htm
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