P75XDM2/P75XXTM cooling!

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  1. ViktorV

    ViktorV Notebook Enthusiast

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    Of course, after turning off the water cooling system, you need to drain the coolant from the laptop radiator, and this does not affect the ability to remove heat in any way, it is proven. There is also a variant of such a radiator without the possibility of connecting a water cooling system, but only for use with a standard air cooling system, made of a solid plate of copper, which also removes heat quite well, unlike a standard radiator.
     
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    Would decrease the time to heatsoak maybe a little due to less thermal mass.
     
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    jc_denton BGA? What a shame.

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    I guess physics only apply for the rest of us.
     
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    Yes, what does physics have to do with it?
    real use sounded, this radiator on an air system without a connected water system copes well with temperatures
     
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    Well it depends on the amount of water in the system, exact placement on channels and their path in the non liquid thermal path. I could see it having little impact.
     
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    [​IMG] I agree with you, but on this radiator, the location of the channels is done correctly, all heat-intensive parts have direct contact with the tubes without a cavity. There are two versions of the filling, in the photo the upper balanced version for air and water cooling systems, the lower one with emphasis on water cooling https://disk.yandex.ru/i/-EJymf9f7xqAiA
     
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    You might have some differences in core hot spots but with the top design it does look less sensitive.
     
  8. philstopford

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    Just to chime in here, having realized that options existed from this thread, my 9700K/1080 in a P750DM2/3G got new 17 blade fans and the heatsink from this AliExpress listing :

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000584804041.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.5a3d4c4dEaYBLD

    I still need to tune a little more (seems like the CPU is running a little warm at the moment, but the GPU no longer begs for mercy with FS2020). The shipping took ~1 month, came decently packed.

    Original setup was for 6700K/1060 and the heat from the upgrades was clearly challenging the old cooling system

    So far, quite pleased.
     
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    Yeah that's quite the uptick in parts lol.
     
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    Just to report back on this. With the updated heatsink and fans, I now get 72 C under full load for my 9700K. That's quite impressive. GPU also seems much happier.
     

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