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Watercooling a Laptop

 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:35 am    Post subject: Watercooling a Laptop Reply with quote

"Most laptops have an integrated cpu cooler block/ heat sink.
Remove this and figure out how to get water through it.
The compaq has a single copper pipe across the top. I cut a section of it off. Then cut off the end. Then I removed the copper mesh inside.
Then I flared the ends of the tube.
Then I stuck tubing on them by heating them gently and stretching them over the pipe. I borrowed this method from Bard Lund Johansen.
The tubes are also glued/caulked on using a 'household welder' adhesive.
Just for good measure a short (1/2 inch) length of 5/16 tube was slid over the top to keep it all snug."

http://www.instructables.com/id/EDZO09MXA3EV2Z4CFS/?ALLSTEPS

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