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    ROG Member Array Lucas PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)G75vw, MSI GX70
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    Lightbulb cooling solutions for G75

    a lower gain -12 degrees on the GPU, I'm also holes at the GPU and I changed the thermal paste from the CPU and GPU by Arctic Cooling MX-4 and I made ​​myself a tablet laptop Cooling 2 fans with 120 and 140mm


    before



    Without lid





    you can see the fans of the GPU and CPU and the GPU chips (black center)

    with holes



    the three holes are set by a grid to secure the dust

    My tablet aluminum




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    Looks good, but there's one big problem. Mode dust. I already see a lot of dust in mine. Problem is that a proper cleaning means losing warranty.

    How hard would it be to develop some sort of filters like those used in HEPA.

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array mrwolf's Avatar
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    That's a pretty cool contraption u have there lol.. but as c_man said, dust would quickly become a problem.

    What in gna do when I get back to london is drill smaller holes more like perforations just for fans area not the middle, and then modify the extra dust filters we get and attach those on the inside where the holes are so you get double dust filter effect lol


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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Woots's Avatar
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    I use the Metro Vacuum ED500 DataVac to clean dust off all my rigs

    http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-E...1449952&sr=8-1

    here is a video of it in action
    Last edited by Woots; 08-29-2012 at 06:00 PM.



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    ROG Member Array Lucas PC Specs
    Lucas PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)G75vw, MSI GX70
    MotherboardAsus Rampage III Black Edition
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 990X Extreme
    Memory (part number)HyperX Blue 24GB 6x4GB 1600mhz
    Graphics Card #1GeForce GTX 780
    MonitorLG 34UM67-P 34" (2560 x 1080) 21:9
    Storage #1Samsung Série 850 EVO 250Go SATA III SSD
    Storage #2Seagate Barracuda 1To SATA III 7200 trs/mn
    CPU CoolerCorsair H80I GT
    CaseRosewill ARMOR-EVO
    Power SupplyENERMAX SGALAXY EVO 1250W
    Keyboard ZALMAN k500
    Mouse G700s
    Mouse Pad Corsair Vengeance MM200 XL
    Headset/Speakers G35
    OS W7 ultimate
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    my test is doing on BF3 I played 20.15: 01h morning has nothing to say to my wife LOL So 4h + on my G75 with my GTX670oc was 750/1670 (as I flashed my bios GPU I can not come to CA, so I did the OC results)

    with temperature-shelf GPU 62 degrees constant and so constant, only downside fans background noise

    -temperatures without the tablet GPU constant 67 degrees and yes constant

    I am very happy for these temperatures for info I have a TRI-SLI 580 Watercooler max on the card is 55 dg, my my turn heats + + and am buzzing of (14 fans all radiators)

    excuse me for my english I'm french

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