Water Cooling Notebook?

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  1. Brayan

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    Hi guys! I'm new here. I'm now searching a way to build a water cooling system on my Asus U46SV notebook and i was wondering of there is a way to use the current copper pipes that are used for air cooling? I found that the pipes are hollow inside so i can connect the two ends. After that i can add the pump and other stuff outside. Someone can find this question dumb, dk, but im just asking if it can be done
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    They are wicked inside which could cause a lot of material to end up in the water and cause issues in the pump. Be aware unless you intend to increase the heatsink area with a larger radiator than the existing heatsink there is no advantage to water cooling.
     
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