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Originally Posted by JuiceyNinja View Post

wow ahahah, this was an insane idea. IMO a little excessive to watercool a laptop lol but still looked like fun to do.
What power was the laptop battery putting out? Why couldn't it run the water cooling equipment? Surely there is a workaround... Did you make a little control board for it? :O I want to see this succeed
Also did you only try the one battery?

The battery output 13.5V, and the pump can only start with 9V up to 13.2V. It didn't seem to matter what method I tried to reduce the voltage, it dropped to under 3V. I also didn't want to run it off the laptop battery because the laptop already didn't much of a run time on battery (only about a hour and half). The main reason this was terminated at the point of the battery not working was I ran out of money to put into it and needed a full time reliable system. It's almost to the time where I can reboot another project like this. There will be another and it will be successful this time thumb.gif
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