Overclocking your Raspberry Pi as you can imagine will result in much higher CPU temperatures, to combat this you can install a small heatsink, CPU fan or if you really fancy pushing your Raspberry Pi 3 to its limits check out this water-cooled Raspberry Pi 3 created by the YouTube Channel Novaspirit Tech.
Check out the video below to learn more about the process of adding a water cooling system to your Raspberry Pi mini PC as well as what you can expect from the performance and results once you have the water cooling system up and running.
Part used to create the water-cooled Raspberry Pi 3 mini PC setup include a range of gear from Alphacool :
– Alphacool DC-LT Pump Top | Plexi (13136)
– Alphacool DC-LT Individual Reservoir (13140)
– Alphacool DC-LT 2600 Ultra Low Noise Ceramic – 12V DC (13289)
– Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 120mm Radiator (14156)
– Barrow G1/4″ Thread 3/8″ ID x 5/8″ OD Compression Fitting – Black (THKN-3/8-V3)
– ModMyMods 3/8″ ID x 5/8″ OD Flexible PVC Tubing – Crystal Clear (MOD-0003)
– Alphacool MCX Seal Plug 10 pcs Kit – Black (29107)
– Alphacool MCX One – Nickel Edition (12257)
– Alphacool Double-Sided Adhesive Pad 15x15x0.5mm (12097)
– Alphacool MCX 5-Way Divider (12139)
– Alphacool G1/4″ HF Stop / Plug Fitting – Deep Black (17198)
If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.
Source: Novaspirit TechFiled Under: DIY Projects, Hardware, Top News