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What do you reckon the secuirity at the airport would do if you tried to take one on a plane tongue.gif

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What do you reckon the secuirity at the airport would do if you tried to take one on a plane tongue.gif
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Good point. They'd just laugh and confiscate it.
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Considering most of it will likely only replace whats already there, and just enough to link them together into one loop, the only real extra added weight would be the water. Considering it isn't a large loop that in itself shouldn't be too much.
And let's be serious, if you're rolling around with am m18x like in the video, you aren't using it for portability in a sense of carrying it everywhere with you. It's more a take with you gaming machine so you don't have to lug a 100lb+ desktop with you. If you want real portability you'd go for either a netbook or at the very most nothing more than 14-15" or so.


This is exactly what's going to happen. They only need to add a little space for the pump. This is a great idea, although the continuous pumping might drain a bit of battery life though.

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I wouldn't be concerned about battery life and weight considering the target markets are desktop replacement laptops and AIOs where these factors have minimal to no impact on a consumer's decision. And I doubt the pump is above 5W with a loop this small so the off set in power would be minimal compared to the power consumption of the other components.
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I'm skeptical that this would be effective for any practical amounts of time spent doing anything demanding. There's a reason why desktop rads are so big. I can't fathom moving enough heat from the water/coolant given how small the rads looked in that system, and how tight everything is.
Methinks there's a reason why there's no mention of temperatures in their advertisement designed to showcase that they can achieve lower temperatures.

As demonstrated in the video, its main advantage comes from evenly distributing the heat load across the three radiators. The total surface area appears to be slightly smaller so under a full CPU and GPU load would be a little worse than regular heat sinks. Gaming is not too intensive on the CPU so you might not reach the boundary point where air cooling would be a better choice.
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Why copper? Why not aluminum. I doubt you want to overclock on a laptop gaming system and if the water cooling system can achieve reasonable temperatures then that would be advantageous in itself.
Also I think they are missing a HUGE surface area worth looking into. The back / top of the screen panel. You could add an additional very thin large radiator to the back by adding 3/4 inch to the thickness and further increase cooling effectiveness.

Sure it would make the overall laptop a little bulkier but people don't buy these things for pure mobility.

I foresee mods abound with additional water cooling.
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To top it off, I reckon it would still be cheaper than Razer's Blade.
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I don't see the point of "desktop replacements." What's the point of a laptop that can't travel?

They can travel, though. It's easier to carry a 17" beast of a laptop than it is to lug a desktop, monitor, etc around. They just have crap battery lifes for the most part.
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Why copper? Why not aluminum.
Why? Copper are better.
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Copper has around twice the conductivity of aluminium

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Copper is better, but Aluminum isn't far off. It is also lighter, more durable, and easier to build with.
I'd take an aluminum system over a copper setup in this case especially if I could add more surface area to the system being able to create radiators with right angles in them that could fit in more areas of the laptop frame.
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I bet the battery doesnt last long.
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All that extra copper and water will make the laptop even more portable. rolleyes.gif

18in laptops are super portable.
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