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Custom laptop cooler 12v

after being sick of seeing so many crappy 5v laptop cooling pads thrown all over the market i decided to make my own 12v Noctua Version has anyone done the same thing? 

 

would love to share experiences! 

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I have an ASUS G14 2021 with Manjaro KDE and I am a professional Linux NoOB and also pretty bad at General Computing.

 

ALSO I DON'T EDIT MY POSTS* NOWADAYS SO NO NEED TO REFRESH BEFORE REPLYING *unless I edit my post

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Noctua A12x25 5V

 

No need for the 5V to 12V boost you currently use.

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4 hours ago, fUnDaMeNtAl_knobhead said:

 

I saw this video and sort of inspired me to do my own spin on it, but i wanted to have full 12v control and a large choice of fans. what i ended up doing is using a usb C to step down 12v into a PWM 12v controller then straight into dual 12v fans! i also got it working with a 24w 12v external wall brick 

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3 hours ago, James Evens said:

Noctua A12x25 5V

 

No need for the 5V to 12V boost you currently use.

i didnt want to step it up, i wanted straight 12v, so i managed to convert usb c and step it down to a constant 12v into a pmw controller for the fans and also external brick use if needed! got a 3d printer on the way to print an enclosure!

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orginal test the other day Yielded good benchmarks over 5v fans (in the process of printing enclosure, and testing high static pressure fans!) 

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