Simple and very effective cooling "mod" for p775dm2/p775dm3

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Yeah, You need one for Coffee. Another one, but for Coffee.
     
  2. johnbb

    johnbb Notebook Consultant

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    Wow! Amazing copper IHS. Do you see any improvement over the stock one?
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    The stock IHS is nickel plated copper by the way.
     
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  4. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Same with the Bitspower lid:)
     
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    oSChakal Notebook Consultant

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    Posting here because I'd like to know if it's possible to simply unscrew the heatsink while leaving it in place and sliding the paperclip or do I have to remove it completly?

    Thanks!
     
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    Kittys Notebook Evangelist

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    It is much easier to just remove it and do the mod.
     
  7. Mikki79

    Mikki79 Notebook Guru

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    Well I tried this mod and for me it didn't do anything unfortunately, GPU 75c load Before, 75c load after. I guess it was as good as it gets already.

    But I couldn't do it as well either, the heatpipes are welded/soldered whatever so far to one side that it's not really very possible to lay the paper clips from one side to the other, did it more like a C shapre in each side. Maybe that didn't give as much support. Under one of the spring arms it wasn't even possible to put any paperclip

    Tried to put some small wooden sticks under the CPU arms that did nothing either. Well actually it's hotter than after the first time I delided the CPU, but I don't think that's because of this. The CPU has just gotten a bit hotter over the past year for some reason. Well a couple of more years and this laptop will be completely outdated anyway. 6700K :/ kinda outdated already.
     
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  8. martin darlington

    martin darlington Notebook Enthusiast

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    a great mod,so simple but very effective, i did not know there was a lack of pressure to the cpu and gpu plates i have a 775 so may well try this, did you see a temp improvement ?
    very clever though,thanks.
     
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    bennyg Notebook Deity

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    Check whether there's still sufficient liquid metal under the lid, it may have moved or soaked into the IHS
     
  10. DRevan

    DRevan Notebook Virtuoso

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    Has anyone tried this with the P775TM and gtx 1080? Did it help to lower the gpu temp from 85-88C?
     
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