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Actuall you can have it portable. The stuff I plan on water cooling can easily be accessed because of the removeable covers on the bottom. Also my BIOS is unlocked so I could over clock. It was just a thought and Im not entirely sure yet. Point is tho the water cooler wont be IN the laptop but rather outside it.


Ive seen someone overclock an i5 Intel HD graphics and was thinking about doing the same thing. I know its a laptop but I dont take it out the house much and I usually use it at my desk on a cooling rack.
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It's an I5 the GPU is in the CPU
I know that but I didn't read the sig line tell after I posted and my statement still stands... the GPU is accessible? if the GPU is inside the CPU then it is still not a incorrect statement

A lot of laptops I have seen the CPU is located under the keyboard or at least on the top side of the mainboard, though no experience with i5 board laptops that is why I was amazed it was accessible.
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Point is tho the water cooler wont be IN the laptop but rather outside it.


Ive seen someone overclock an i5 Intel HD graphics and was thinking about doing the same thing. I know its a laptop but I dont take it out the house much and I usually use it at my desk on a cooling rack.
Your point????? really, I would love to see you fit it inside

BaHAHAHAHA

i5 Intel HD Graphics, don't know much about them but is there enough power in them to run UT 2004? OC it and it will get you another? 10FPS?

Ya I am just with everyone else, this is a bad idea.

I would love to know how you plan to attach the block to the CPU

I say go for it, start a worklog and post lots of pictures.
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