]]>

I want to make a cooler. Will you be effective?

Discussion in 'Notebook Cosmetic Modifications and Custom Builds' started by cuneyt1984, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Enthusiast

    Reputations:
    9
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    8
    Trophy Points:
    16
    Hello friends. I made a cooler design on the picture. Would that be effective?
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
    Vasudev likes this.
  2. smartuy

    smartuy Notebook Guru

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    60
    Likes Received:
    8
    Trophy Points:
    16
    That would radiate heat from the heatsink, but that heat would just stay in the chassis.

    "GTX 1080 in a thinbook is fine" -Razer
     
    Vasudev likes this.
  3. kosti

    kosti Notebook Virtuoso

    Reputations:
    595
    Messages:
    2,163
    Likes Received:
    464
    Trophy Points:
    101
    Not sure how much difference those added heatsinks will make but if you want effective cooling, just leave off the bottom cover, install rubber feet on the chassis (taller feet for the back portion), and cool it with some fans. Cool air hitting your heatsinks will definitely drop temps.

    One cheap way to do this is get a couple of 120mm 12V desktop fans powered by a 12V DC power adapter and mount them in one of those cheap Ikea plastic laptop stands. The whole thing can be accomplished for around 30 USD (depending on the fans you buy), but you will need to cut out the holes in the plastic stand which is easy if you have a large enough hole saw.
     
  4. Midas Touch

    Midas Touch BGA Loving Enthusiast

    Reputations:
    282
    Messages:
    1,114
    Likes Received:
    728
    Trophy Points:
    131
    I don't see any difference.
     
  5. joker105

    joker105 Notebook Consultant

    Reputations:
    7
    Messages:
    105
    Likes Received:
    18
    Trophy Points:
    31
    adding more mass to heatsinks will slow it down from heating up. But from my experience, when it heats up, it's harder to take the heat away also. A heatsink and fins would be more effective if you could run more airflow on them. Spinning the fans faster and replacing the thermal compound with liquid metal applied on both sides works best.
     
  6. alexhawker

    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

    Reputations:
    405
    Messages:
    2,333
    Likes Received:
    641
    Trophy Points:
    131
    You're basically referring to thermal mass. Some more general information can be found here and here.
     
    ChanceJackson likes this.
  7. ChanceJackson

    ChanceJackson Notebook Evangelist

    Reputations:
    39
    Messages:
    490
    Likes Received:
    204
    Trophy Points:
    56
    if you aren't using theoptical disc drive I would add in another Fan/Sink combo there
     
  8. BeastsForever.TheDragon

    BeastsForever.TheDragon Notebook Evangelist

    Reputations:
    76
    Messages:
    450
    Likes Received:
    236
    Trophy Points:
    56
    Well, get some copper heatsinks use them instead of those black ones u used, and get some thin copper wires, round thim up to get them thick and try to connect the copper heatsink u intalled to the main heatsink, i did it to my clevo and got 9°c drop on both gpu and cpu.
     
  9. Tanner@XoticPC

    Tanner@XoticPC Company Representative

    Reputations:
    414
    Messages:
    2,879
    Likes Received:
    3,297
    Trophy Points:
    281
    You're dumping some heat into the bottom of the system/case so if you don't increase the airflow down there, you're not doing much. Pair that with a notebook cooler or at least put it on a well ventilated stand, and you'll see better results.
     
    ChanceJackson likes this.
Loading...

Share This Page