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Sup yo, OCN watercoolers n awesome people, Yo, I am looking for the following items


A small as radiator, It is not allowed to be more then 1CM (10 mill) thick, And mmust be 120mmx120mm (Standard fan size) or smaller and have a relativly high fin density, I thought about cutting up one of those Heatpipe air coolers, Dunno if they are Hollow inside the pipes though. Needs atleast 180 watts of heat dissipation.


A SMALL pump, Preferably able to run off either 5v or 12V, Again we are talking tiny, TINY TINY TINY, I want to be able to fit it into the CD drive bay of a laptop, (I'm going to experiment and try to WC a lappy, I've already made CPU and GPU blocks with my milling machine)


And i need to know what is the most powerful pump available that can be run off Desktop ATX 12pin without modification, Preferable using G1/4 threads, I have over 15000 Of radiator space, 4 waterblocks and about 4 meters of tube all up, I want a pump that can well and truly walk the walk.
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Hmm. Ever thought of making your own radiator? slap it to the back of the screen on the laptop, just a massive U shape with a bunch of fins stacked onto it, then brazed on. attach it a little bit away from the back, then bolt the fans on. As for the pump... not sure if it would work but there are a series of small aquarium pumps that could work. Quick google search turned up the Dynamax series 500. DM512, 3.750 x 1.700 x 1.750 Inches, 12 volts. Maybe Two of them in parallel might give you enough flow. This is a really interesting project tho, i want to see if its possible
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Hmm. Ever thought of making your own radiator? slap it to the back of the screen on the laptop, just a massive U shape with a bunch of fins stacked onto it, then brazed on. attach it a little bit away from the back, then bolt the fans on. As for the pump... not sure if it would work but there are a series of small aquarium pumps that could work. Quick google search turned up the Dynamax series 500. DM512, 3.750 x 1.700 x 1.750 Inches, 12 volts. Maybe Two of them in parallel might give you enough flow. This is a really interesting project tho, i want to see if its possible


I've seen quite a few people watercool laptops externally, But i want to do it all internally, I'm using an M17X r3 so i've got nearly 3CM of total room for it, 1-1.5CM for the rad, And the rest for fan, Not to mention i'll be taking a cut out of the palm rest for the grill, Air intake.


I'm not "removing" the air cooling i'm, "Improving" on it, Simply because i want to kick my 2920xm to it's highest possible OC, That and i want to put a GTX 780m in and push that as far as possible.


wow those pumps are so small they look perfect, Hopefully they are within the power envelope as i'll be running them off the Sata power connector.
Edited by Rayleyne - 8/31/13 at 5:06pm
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I literally know nothing about those pumps, just found them by a quick Google. that model takes 12 volts, but i am fairly sure there is a 5 volt model. As for mounting the rad internally, im not sure what you mean, cant picture how the rad will be orientated that makes 3 cm a viable space to cool the computer.
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180 watts!!! With custom blocks and the thinnest radiator ever? I don't know about that.
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I literally know nothing about those pumps, just found them by a quick Google. that model takes 12 volts, but i am fairly sure there is a 5 volt model. As for mounting the rad internally, im not sure what you mean, cant picture how the rad will be orientated that makes 3 cm a viable space to cool the computer.

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180 watts!!! With custom blocks and the thinnest radiator ever? I don't know about that.

Trust me, i'll find a way., I also redid the math, I only need to cool about 90.
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post #7 of 7
well why not convert the DVD drive space into a larger rad, make it exhaust out the side/top of the laptop. then replace the fan with a small pump, or find some other way to squeeze a pump where the fan used to be. I think that would be a lot easier, but if you can do it your way more power to ya
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