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I wanted to see if I could use a PC water cooling kit to water cool a Raspberry Pi 4. I’ve seen a couple of people try this on older model Pi’s using reducers and adapters to get to a small cooling block onto the CPU, but I’m going to try and make an adapter to fit a larger, 30x30mm cooling block onto a Pi 4. I’ll also try to overclock the Pi to 2.0GHz and see how well the water cooling system does to keep it cool.

Just to be clear; this is totally unnecessary and is more of a let’s do it because we can, not because we should type of project.

Here’s a link to my write-up on the build and the test – https://www.the-diy-life.com/water-cooled-raspberry-pi-4-totally-unnecessary-but-pretty-awesome/

Purchase Links For Equipment Used:
Raspberry Pi 4 – https://amzn.to/3dYeVqg
Pi Power Supply – https://amzn.to/3jxqMfU
120mm Water Cooling Kit (Not from Amazon) – https://bit.ly/2ICX64f
240mm Water Cooling Kit (Larger, but from Amazon) – https://amzn.to/38HForr
CPU Cooling Block (Not from Amazon) – https://bit.ly/38KIwTb
Adjustable 12V Power Supply – https://amzn.to/36H6Xyr

Note: Some of the above parts are affiliate links. By purchasing products through the above links, you’ll be supporting this channel, with no additional cost to you.

If you’ve got any ideas for tech or electronics projects or tutorials which you’d like me to try out, let me know in the comments section.

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