- Feb 13, 2019
OK! I will try to do it tomorrow and achieve my goal !!!
Hey, outstanding work! Here is an observation I wanted to share with you with my fan speeds on my Mac since my power cable mod (Pixlas mod on Mac Pro 5.1)Hi! I tried all the connection options and it did not work. (((
AlexMaximus Thank you for your suggestions!
I thought a day ago that if I use 12v from sata cable?
What do you think about this?
Depending on the need to attach the new fan element to the iMac chassis, an Epoxy material used for car body work might be suitable.
Please post results!HI! new modding! added two radiators to the video card, let's see what the temperature will be!
Looking back on your really outstanding dual fan upgrade, there is one question that I wanted to ask you.https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/imac-modding.2191957/
The difference is about 4-6 degrees in a simple,yet results only after modding
unfortunately, the processor heatsink is too small to make an additional mod, I will look for ways to better cool the processor, be sure to unsubscribe in my branch, but for now I'm going on vacation
You are completely spot on, it's indeed the radiator. They are nowhere near to be big enough to handle large concurrent heat loads. I still have a XBOX 360 that I did mod with a real large Thermaltake heat-pipe-upgrade to prevent the red ring of death. This was really a game changer, - because of this my xbox 360 did never die.The CPU radiator is too small,that's what you need to work with!
Thanks. Researching the Radiator topic I have found this inexpensive U-shaped heat pipe, that could be used as an add on for the existing radiator. This might be worth a shot. Off-course this means to put the radiator into the airflow at the end of the cooler exhaust, so further moving would be required.Due to the thickness of the case, a large radiator will not fit in the imac, the graphics card is next to the mount of the imac leg, all the main heat comes from the processor with its small radiator
this form is approximately needed for the processor