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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Yes, the sub is the difference between the two.
     
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    Anybody knows how to access the second M.2 SSD slot for this machine? I can't find hardware maintenance manual. Thanks.
     
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    Page 3, Image C, between the subwoofer and the 2.5” bay
    see pic attached - this is for P775TM1
     

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    atquantrandash93 Notebook Guru

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    Hi guys,

    I’m new to building laptop and haven’t heard of LGA laptops until reading about Clevos on this site. I’ve been reading to prepare to get an EVOC P750TM1, given its size and performance.

    My question is, assuming I can mod the bottom cover and fill it wil some water (of course the water wouldn’t touch the motherboard), would it help with the cooling or am I missing something? The P750TM1 will be stationary as my desktop, so no moving it around.

    Hope to hear from you.
     
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    From your description, I am assuming you are considering having the heat sinks in a water bath. There would be no way to do that because the water level would need to be so deep everything else would be submerged. That aside, I would not recommend it conceptually. Not only would it negate any functionality it would have as a laptop, the water would eventually get hot and ultimately be worse than air cooling once it heated up. You would need a radiator to cool the heated water down closer to the ambient temp. Having the moisture in the chassis (humidity) would also be an issue using a water bath for the heat sink radiators.

    You could go with a closed loop cooling system like a desktop, but if it is going to be stationary and used as a desktop you would be ahead in terms of performance and money spent by building a liquid cooled desktop and just skipping the laptop altogether.
     
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    Thank you @Mr. Fox . You pointed out where my idea flawed. A desktop wwould take up much more space than I can have, plus when I move, if I had to, a laptop would be more convenient.
     
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    No problem... I like how you are thinking though... that is how great things happen. Innovation and ingenuity are so rare today.

    Find out where Brother @Huniken is getting his water cooling parts for his EVOC 16L-G-1080/Tornado F5. I think they may have the same for the laptop you are interested in.
     
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