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    MSI GT60-0NC Notebook Watercooled


    Brian

    Posts like the one highlighted below are what make up the heart and soul of Tech|Inferno. We've got enthusiasts  like HotPantsHenry that take a perfectly good MSI GT60-0NC notebook with an 880m GPU and decide to take it to the next level by strapping on a waterblock to it using electrical tape..that's right electrical tape!

     

    Check out the rest of his thread here: https://forum.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/8923-msi-880m-overclock-help/

     

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    Here is an awful picture, but will give you an idea of what is going on. 

    Cpu cooling is stock. Even with minor OC to the cpu, the temps stay pretty cool. 

     

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