P75XDM2/P75XXTM cooling!

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  1. joluke

    joluke Notebook Deity

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    The cooler of the laptop is the one on sale on aliexpress!? This is amazing to be honest
     
  2. ViktorV

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    [​IMG] [​IMG]Aliexpress is very overpriced, I take directly from the supplier, so it turns out a little cheaper
     
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    Wow, nice setup and temps, i am impressed. Thinking more and more to get one of these..
     
  4. ViktorV

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    This radiator is for a liquid cooling system, without it it is able to keep the temperature around 82 degrees under load.
     
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    You mean the heatsink without the water pump? What Cpu is inside? 9900k and 2080 as gpu`?
     
  6. ViktorV

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    Yes, the radiator without being connected to a water cooling system will maintain the temperature within 82 degrees under load. The tested laptop has an i7-9700k processor and an RTX 2070 video card, a laptop with an i9-9900kf processor and an RTX2080 video card with a connected water cooling system shows the same temperature results.
     
  7. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    82C on the GPU isn’t that impressive imo. Turing thermal throttles at 87C so it’s pretty close to the temp limit. Not to mention, the TGP is only 115W on the 2070 and 150W on the 2080, and the dies are huge so thermal density is lower. I get lower than that on air cooling with a much more thermally dense 190W 1080.
     
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    58 degrees on GPU, do you have less?
     
  9. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Ah didn’t see that, video was blurry. If I limit my GPU to 115W and max out fan speed, my temp is in the low 60s.
     
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    [QUOTE = "yrekabakery, post: 11077936, member: 695118"] If I limit my GPU to 115W and max out fan speed, my temp is in the low 60s. [/ QUOTE]
    With hardly believe it, but what will happen to the performance of your GPU and how to deal with the noise from the fans
     

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