Liquid Cooling Hades Canyon Mod for 5GHz Attempt (Pt 1/2). We attempt liquid cooling Intel's Hades Canyon NUC for a 5GHz CPU OC. This is the NUC8i7HVK with water cooling.
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We're creating a Hades Canyon "Hybrid," showing the tear-down/disassembly process of an Intel Hades Canyon NUC so that we can liquid cool the Intel CPU & Vega M CPU and GPU (and HBM). Overclocking will focus on the CPU and GPU mostly, with some memory overclocking. Our next biggest concern is going to be the power adapter -- we might run out of power headroom from the wall, since this doesn't have an internal PSU. The Intel Hades Canyon NUC has a 19.5V/11.8A power supply, which will limit us to ~230W draw.
Our Hades Canyon review illustrated just how powerful this small PC is, and now we want to push it as far as we can. We've stuck a Be Quiet! Silent Loop 280 and 2x Corsair MagLev fans to it.
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Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke
Video: Andrew Coleman
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