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Watercooled LattePanda feat Odroid´s & Pi´s

userHead Tholo 2017-09-06 05:00:09 10496 Views5 Replies
Hej there! I´ve think i will you show the first impressions of my Boinc Crunching Farm.
There is a LattePanda (64GB Version) inside. With alot of hot glue and 2 40x40 heatsink in front and backside
Here is a pic of the LattePanda
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And here the whole building but it is the first Step! I´m not finished. The Light and the backgroundart is missing.
But Water On!
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This System should be crunch alot of Boinc work for Scienes like medicine, mathe and astronomy. Why Lattepanda, Odroids and Pi´s ? Because the hole system needs round about 200watt energy. I´m from germany and the energycost are expensive (0.33$/kwH). With this i can make this workuntis with low costs. And it´s funny to build.Maybe in the furture nice to look too.
We will see. I kept you informed

Greets Tholo
2017-09-14 18:03:03 ohh man... share Photos from google isn´t really easy.. But now you can see this userHeadPic Tholo
2017-09-14 17:26:29 That's amazing. But seems that the latest photos you posted can't be loaded! Would you please update them?
Just be curious. How do you control this "huge" powerful machine?
userHeadPic ED209
2017-09-11 14:48:28 It works now. Power and lan are ready.But since saturday i have a big problem with the LattePanda. At Power on blue dot is blinking and the red dot doesn´t go off. I´ve read that is a brick.
I can´t flash the Bios or Windows because the LP don´t start. I must look up for this.

@MobileJAD
I have 2 heatsink! One of the top and one at the bottom. That are 40x40 Aluminuim Heatsink from china.
Here is an example at ebay

The Pictures are placeholder for the artist, she will made the backplate and the logos with UV paint.
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Here are the first night impressions
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But since saturday i have a big problem with the LattePanda. At Power on blue dot is blinking and the red dot doesn´t go off. I´ve read that is a brick.
I can´t flash the Bios or Windows because the LP don´t start.
userHeadPic Tholo
2017-09-11 14:20:24 Amazing!! i REALLY love this project!
Can it work for now or you are still working on it?
userHeadPic tyjjr
2017-09-09 23:59:29 One of the very first things that I plan on doing with my LattePanda once I get the little guy is to find a good water block for it.
Which water block did you use?
Also unless I'm wrong, isn't the CPU on the bottom of the board?
I'm tempted to remove both of the little metal plates, place a nice little water block directly on the CPU,
and put those little heat sinks that everyone uses on just about everything else.
I'm mostly going to do this because I have a full water cooling setup right now, but I recently retired
my desktop computer and am only running a laptop, so I gotta find something to use my pump
and all of these hoses for.
Also I'm not really planning on making my LattePanda portable, so why not?
userHeadPic MobileJAD