P157SM CPU 4Heatpipe greatness

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  1. Danishblunt

    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    4Heatpipes, bigger heatsink, max fan profile and using the notebook outside on -1c ambient temps.

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    Note: The settings on the side are accurate except for the voltage, I changed the voltage in Throttlestop to 1058v core.
     
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    t6nn_k Notebook Consultant

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    Cool. Could you share your heatsink pictures?


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  3. Danishblunt

    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    Once I finished it I will probably.

    Fan needs to be replaced and right now it really looks messy, need to clean it a lot.

    Can't exacly tell your when it will be since it depends on how long @alaskajoel needs to respond to my request.
     
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    aIex Notebook Consultant

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    I would seriously avoid using laptop on -1*C.
     
  5. Ryan Russ

    Ryan Russ Notebook Geek

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    Shouldn't really affect it much. Unless there's some serious on die cooling, you won't see anything resembling liquid condensate on the laptop. In fact the heat from the laptop *should* forbid that from happening.
     
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    Danishblunt Notebook Virtuoso

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    It's no biggie because I turned the notebook on in the office and after using it for a little while took it out for benching. Just wanted to see the low temps :D
     
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    So long as it's ambient it's not too much of an issue, it's when you use sub ambient air that it becomes an issue.
     
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  8. aIex

    aIex Notebook Consultant

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    When you expose laptop to lower temps, some parts that don't generate heat gets cooled. When you bring it back it's sub-ambient. I thought that the hard work with the laptop was done in some cool shed or something, but as @Danishblunt've said, it was just for benching, so nothing should happen indeed.
     
  9. Ryan Russ

    Ryan Russ Notebook Geek

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    I believe I've seen his blog. It exciting to see something new in this pricipal time of laptops.
     
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    odin2free Notebook Enthusiast

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    Oh man excited for those images when they get upped.

    Tons of room for modification on the p157sma.

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