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bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 11:45 AM
Hello everyone! When I [finally] got my Ouya last week I realized that this little thing actually puts out some heat, much to my surprise. I know there is no danger of it overheating at stock voltages/clocks, but it won't be long before I'm ready to see how far this thing can be pushed. Since I plan on leaving the unit turned on 24/7 for development this should keep it alive longer too. At $99 it's not exactly breaking the bank, but to be honest this thing is just begging to be modded. :p

Plans (So far)

Corsair H60 Cooler
Custom lexan case
Powered 4-port USB hub (also keeping original port)
Micro ATX power supply to power everything (ordered)


**UPDATES**
Case still needs to be completed and now I'm ordering a pico PSU to power everything. I'm shooting for next weekend to have everything completed. That being said it all works currently and I've been enjoying my system and testing some games out to get temp readings. Currently I'm idling at ~28 degrees and under full load in gaming the temps top out at ~43 degrees. This makes me happy. :)

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08062000_zpscdd17e2a.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08062000_zpscdd17e2a.jpg.html)

Crappy heatsink mounting.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-04101429_zps354cb5f9.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-04101429_zps354cb5f9.jpg.html)

Freed from it's restraints.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-07183551_zps7b37470a.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-07183551_zps7b37470a.jpg.html)

Heatsink added to memory chip on the back.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-04101655_zps08559703.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-04101655_zps08559703.jpg.html)

Mount finished, shims installed, and power switch/LED relocated. New power leads have been soldered to the bottom of the board and is now powered via molex connector.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg.html)

Block mounted
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg.html)

Hooked up and ready to rock out!
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg.html)

DrunkPunk
07-08-2013, 01:07 PM
Definitely keep us posted! I want to see a liquid cooled Ouya running around. :D

derty
07-08-2013, 02:40 PM
Ya for sure. ID love to see the finished product :D

bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 03:02 PM
Thanks for the encouragement! I've got a little done on the actual cradle/mount piece. This ought to make it much easier to mount the waterblock, not to mention let the bottom of the board breathe.

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08095201_zps9f899178.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08095201_zps9f899178.jpg.html)

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08095216_zps62ce946d.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08095216_zps62ce946d.jpg.html)

Manaurys
07-08-2013, 03:14 PM
Isn't this i little extreme An air base solution would have make almost the same results i think something like a south bridge coller

bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 03:37 PM
Isn't this i little extreme An air base solution would have make almost the same results i think something like a south bridge coller

Haha, didn't you see the name of the thread? Of course it's extreme, and completely on purpose. Using the setup I'm shooting for it will cool more efficiently(even though it isn't needed) than that air setup and be completely silent. If you're talking about nothing more than necessity there would be no reason to do any cooling mods at all, but that's no fun.

Manaurys
07-08-2013, 03:48 PM
Yes since i got no building skills do you think the ouya can power this orb do i need external power?

bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 03:52 PM
Yes since i got no building skills do you think the ouya can power this orb do i need external power?

It should power that just fine, the biggest problem is mounting the fan. Also, could you please remove the embedded pictures and instead provide links to them? People coming to this thread are coming to see water cooling, not a thread full of air coolers. I mean no disrespect and it would be appreciated.

madmax2069
07-08-2013, 04:34 PM
I do think this is overkill, did you oveeclock it or something. So far I haven't seen temps go over 156F after hours of gaming. And quickly fell to around 100F when I was done and idle.

bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 04:48 PM
I haven't overclocked it yet but soon will. This isn't something that I'm doing because I actually think the system needs it, but because it is fun to me and no other reason. Since when are case mods supposed to be pragmatic anyways? This is the hack and mod section isn't it? :wink-new:

user82
07-08-2013, 05:09 PM
I haven't overclocked it yet but soon will. This isn't something that I'm doing because I actually think the system needs it, but because it is fun to me and no other reason. Since when are case mods supposed to be pragmatic anyways? This is the hack and mod section isn't it? :wink-new:

As far as I see there is no fitting kernel yet.
But I am very interested in your results!

timmytot666
07-08-2013, 05:14 PM
This is insane. I would love to see your results after the liquid cooler is in.

Hydrus
07-08-2013, 05:22 PM
I want to see a liquid cooled Ouya running around. :D


This lol. Haven't seen one yet.

bus_dr1v3r
07-08-2013, 09:06 PM
Surely we'll see an OC Kernel before long. There's still probably got 2 weeks remaining in this little build anyways. Still waiting on a power supply that hasn't even shipped yet. :(

Starfighter
07-08-2013, 09:48 PM
I love how so many posts have already been about why this is over the top, rather than focusing on what's important; getting it done. I will follow this thread with great interest. :)

JerTM
07-08-2013, 10:16 PM
I love how so many posts have already been about why this is over the top, rather than focusing on what's important; getting it done. I will follow this thread with great interest. :)

+1
I have thought about liquid cooling mine and ocing it, but I don't have any clue wtf I am doing. So this works very well for me.

bus_dr1v3r
07-09-2013, 02:01 AM
Got most of the case glued together today and did a test fit of the fan/radiator. Yeah, that fan hole is in need of some serious sanding. After the power supply I ordered didn't ship out today I cancelled the order so I can go pick one up tomorrow. This project is going to get fast tracked so it can hopefully be finished up this weekend.

The radiator hoses are SUPER stiff and the block is huge, but more to come soon. :D
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08204959_zpsa4fbef3b.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08204959_zpsa4fbef3b.jpg.html)

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08205005_zps46248a9b.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08205005_zps46248a9b.jpg.html)

Wismerhull
07-09-2013, 07:43 AM
Looking very sharp :) nice mod

DrunkPunk
07-09-2013, 08:35 AM
The radiator hoses are SUPER stiff and the block is huge, but more to come soon. :D

Whoa, that is huge! Interested to see the fitment on that.

bus_dr1v3r
07-10-2013, 02:47 PM
It's pretty large, that just means everything will have plenty of room to breathe. :)

Yesterday I went to Tiger Direct and picked up a cheap-o power supply and now have all of my ingredients. I also have shimmed the die to raise the water-block a off of the board a little more, the ram chips will be getting shimmed too. Maybe today I'll have time to de-solder the LED, power switch, and power outlet to make way for the new connections. If that happens today I'll definitely go ahead and solder up the new leads. Hopefully this thing will get a test fit and get powered on in the next day or two.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-10090557_zpsfaf30978.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-10090557_zpsfaf30978.jpg.html)

JerTM
07-10-2013, 02:57 PM
looking good. I am interested in how much cooling it will accomplish. And how much you can push the oc :D

bus_dr1v3r
07-10-2013, 06:03 PM
What is currently the best way to monitor temps on Android devices? Are there any apps that provide an overlay of the temps during gaming?

user82
07-10-2013, 06:15 PM
What is currently the best way to monitor temps on Android devices? Are there any apps that provide an overlay of the temps during gaming?

adb would be my attempt
Tegra-temp is under /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp

Candy Cab
07-10-2013, 06:22 PM
Isn't this i little extreme An air base solution would have make almost the same results i think something like a south bridge coller

I like the project and look forward to seeing how it comes out, that said.

There is nothing extreme about buying a mediocre closed loop off the shelf system considering it takes no more effort to actually apply than an air cooler. The rest of the build may be extreme, or whatever you want to call it to get to what ever the end result is, the cooling itself is no way extreme or even close to overkill. These are completely useless for overclocking since testing ( AnandTech & HardOCP ) has shown they usually offer no better cooling than a decent air cooler and in some cases worse by several degrees under load at stock speeds. What you will see in testing is these slow down the amount of time it takes to get to the same numbers as the air cooler at which point they hit the wall so in general there is no more potential to overclock with these than an air cooler. The only thing you are getting with these setups is a quieter way to reach about the same numbers you would get with a mid to high end air cooler with a noisy fan. The big problem with these is everything involved is way too undersized to take advantage of what liquid cooling really has to offer. But that's also what makes them inexpensive and Lego easy to install.

Wow that reads with heavy negative vibe, sorry man that's not really my intension. For the record I have a 2nd generation HD80 on a Core2 in a PAnzerBox and I can say they are definitely quiet :)

bus_dr1v3r
07-10-2013, 06:51 PM
I like the project and look forward to seeing how it comes out, that said.

There is nothing extreme about buying a mediocre closed loop off the shelf system considering it takes no more effort to actually apply than an air cooler. The rest of the build may be extreme, or whatever you want to call it to get to what ever the end result is, the cooling itself is no way extreme or even close to overkill. These are completely useless for overclocking since testing ( AnandTech & HardOCP ) has shown they usually offer no better cooling than a decent air cooler and in some cases worse by several degrees under load at stock speeds. What you will see in testing is these slow down the amount of time it takes to get to the same numbers as the air cooler at which point they hit the wall so in general there is no more potential to overclock with these than an air cooler. The only thing you are getting with these setups is a quieter way to reach about the same numbers you would get with a mid to high end air cooler with a noisy fan. The big problem with these is everything involved is way too undersized to take advantage of what liquid cooling really has to offer. But that's also what makes them inexpensive and Lego easy to install.

Wow that reads with heavy negative vibe, sorry man that's not really my intension. For the record I have a 2nd generation HD80 on a Core2 in a PAnzerBox and I can say they are definitely quiet :)

The "excessive" tag that I put into the topic title refers more to liquid cooling a low voltage mobile processor, not as a reference to the mid-range water cooler. I chose this liquid cooler because of the price, and have no intentions of building a custom loop for at least double the price.

That being said I'm running a H100 on my 3770k @ 4.5Ghz/1.280v, in push configuration, and my temps are much better than the air cooler I had before. Care to share the exactly links where you got your info? Can't speak for everyone but I'd love to give it a read.

bus_dr1v3r
07-11-2013, 01:48 AM
Finally got to test everything with the power supply. I still don't know how to monitor the temps while gaming in realtime. :upset:

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg.html)

Unit543
07-11-2013, 02:45 AM
Nice man,wish I had the patience for this lol

miketrike
07-11-2013, 03:17 AM
This is the biggest waste of time ever!

Which is why I approve of it. :)

fireballs
07-11-2013, 03:18 AM
Finally got to test everything with the power supply. I still don't know how to monitor the temps while gaming in realtime. :upset:

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg.html)

I really dig the fact that you did this, thank you. I do think it's kinda big though. Why not use a pico PSU?

bus_dr1v3r
07-11-2013, 03:26 AM
I really dig the fact that you did this, thank you. I do think it's kinda big though. Why not use a pico PSU?

That's actually the plan again. There is no way this one will fit and I still have to put the USB hub in there too. It's also waaaaaay too heavy with this PSU.

user82
07-11-2013, 11:15 AM
Finally got to test everything with the power supply. I still don't know how to monitor the temps while gaming in realtime. :upset:


SDK Setup from here (http://ouyaforum.com/showthread.php?2471-howto-adb-sideloading-superuser-access) (Step 1 to 8)

If adb devices works do this

adb shell
you are now logged into a remote terminal on the Ouya.
Go on (linebreak=RETURN KEY):

su
cd /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/

Every time you do

cat temp
it prints the current Tegra Temperature in C/1000.
so a 48500 would mean 48.5C at the moment.
Currently I could not find a way to print it automatically every n seconds, strangely watch 'cat temp' does not work for me, ideas welcome!
Let us hear some nice results.

If you need to set the CPU part under artificial load open a new command prompt, parallel to the old one.
Then once again

adb shell
and

dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/null
That uses one of the 4 cores to copy random numbers to nowhere, generating full load on this core. It does not print anything on the screen but that is ok.
For 3 cores you would need 3 new command prompts of course!

And finally if you want to check the load, new terminal again.

adb shell
and

top -d 1 -m 15
-d 1 makes it refresh ever 1 second
-m 15 limits the output to the 15 tasks that generate the most load. Without it the whole thing would never fit into one terminal window, since it shows every stupid system task too.
I have the feeling the Cpu load is not always displayed correctly. But 100% means 1 Core, so it should add up to 400% total on the Quadcore.

DrunkPunk
07-11-2013, 11:56 AM
Thanks for all that info User82! Hopefully we'll get some decent OCing going on before too long.


http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-10204356_zps69ad19fb.jpg.html)

That, sir, is nowhere near big enough. I'm still waiting for excessiveness!
Also: 565

bus_dr1v3r
07-11-2013, 01:51 PM
Huge thanks User82! I'm going to have to make a GUI for that that polls automatically and keeps track of high/low/current temps. So with my current test fitting and an ambient room temp of about ~72 degrees I'm getting ~29 degrees at idle and maxing out at 59 degrees when running AnTuTu bench. Keep in mind that my waterblock is currently mounted using zip ties, and is not firm against the CPU at all. This will be remedied now that I see a much better mounting solution.

Call me curious but is anyone else willing to give AnTuTu a run, poll the temps, and report back here with the highest temp? I have no idea what the average temps are on a stock unit and it would be appreciated.

user82
07-11-2013, 02:46 PM
Huge thanks User82! I'm going to have to make a GUI for that that polls automatically and keeps track of high/low/current temps. So with my current test fitting and an ambient room temp of about ~72 degrees I'm getting ~29 degrees at idle and maxing out at 59 degrees when running AnTuTu bench. Keep in mind that my waterblock is currently mounted using zip ties, and is not firm against the CPU at all. This will be remedied now that I see a much better mounting solution.

Call me curious but is anyone else willing to give AnTuTu a run, poll the temps, and report back here with the highest temp? I have no idea what the average temps are on a stock unit and it would be appreciated.

I really hope this is the right temperature. But Tegra Overclock (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tegraoverclock&hl=de) showed me the same value.
You could confirm it, though! The app works sideloaded.

bus_dr1v3r
07-11-2013, 07:00 PM
I really hope this is the right temperature. But Tegra Overclock (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tegraoverclock&hl=de) showed me the same value.
You could confirm it, though! The app works sideloaded.

Thanks for the heads up on that app, downloaded it and playing with it now.

The mount has been fixed so that good even contact is being made, and I decided to use some of the ICD7 thermal past I had sitting around. My idle temps have dipped down all the way to 27 degrees sitting in Tegra Overclock. I haven't tested the high end gaming temps yet, about to do that now for a few minutes.

EDIT: With the new mount and ICD7 my temps max out at 43 degrees in when running AnTuTu.

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg.html)
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg.html)
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg.html)

user82
07-11-2013, 09:34 PM
EDIT: With the new mount and ICD7 my temps max out at 43 degrees in when running AnTuTu.


Lots of space to 75C, great!

bus_dr1v3r
07-11-2013, 10:52 PM
Lots of space to 75C, great!

Now if I can just figure out how to overclock a mobile processor I'll be doing something! lol

It appears that the app you linked me to can do everything I need, even voltages, so I just need to figure out how these frequencies work. If anyone has any insight I'd love to hear it!

EDIT: Actually nevermind. It seems that the speeds supported by this app aren't really an improvement over the stock Ouya speeds. I thought I was reading that 51000 wrong, but it is indeed 51 Mhz. hah

rosse119
07-12-2013, 01:10 PM
interesting thread this, hope you get some more power from the little box.

user82
07-12-2013, 01:15 PM
The app can do anything. The stock kernel can do nothing!
So right now there is a dead end for you, you have to wait!

bus_dr1v3r
07-12-2013, 02:53 PM
I've been reading about kernel development and I've been thinking of trying my hand at it. I'd feel much better about it if the Ouya had a manual recovery method besides the keyboard shortcut. As I understand the keyboard shortcut is actually a part of the stock kernel, so flashing a new kernel could overwrite the only reliable(ish) recovery method.

Murka
07-12-2013, 02:55 PM
I've been reading about kernel development and I've been thinking of trying my hand at it. I'd feel much better about it if the Ouya had a manual recovery method besides the keyboard shortcut. As I understand the keyboard shortcut is actually a part of the stock kernel, so flashing a new kernel could overwrite the only reliable(ish) recovery method.

I'd wait just a little bit more if I were you...let them find some kind of better method...
Unless you have more $$$ to spare, of course.

bus_dr1v3r
07-12-2013, 03:12 PM
I'd wait just a little bit more if I were you...let them find some kind of better method...
Unless you have more $$$ to spare, of course.

If I were going to do this I would buy another Ouya as a test device. I've put too much effort into hardware mods on this device to brick it now. That being said I am a professional software engineer, so I'm certainly not afraid of the project. Finding the time to learn all of the ins and outs of developing kernels would be the difficult part. Especially since no custom kernels exist for the Ouya for me to learn from.

vadr_h8r
07-12-2013, 04:06 PM
i wish there was a simple fan controller/cpu temp .apk app :( you would think somebody would have made one by now.... love your mod by the way!!!

Irvysan
07-12-2013, 09:58 PM
If I were going to do this I would buy another Ouya as a test device. I've put too much effort into hardware mods on this device to brick it now. That being said I am a professional software engineer, so I'm certainly not afraid of the project. Finding the time to learn all of the ins and outs of developing kernels would be the difficult part. Especially since no custom kernels exist for the Ouya for me to learn from.

Following this thread with interest.

Some info re kernel here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2305357

Good luck :thumbup:

Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2

PHYSC
08-18-2013, 06:34 PM
Hello everyone! When I [finally] got my Ouya last week I realized that this little thing actually puts out some heat, much to my surprise. I know there is no danger of it overheating at stock voltages/clocks, but it won't be long before I'm ready to see how far this thing can be pushed. Since I plan on leaving the unit turned on 24/7 for development this should keep it alive longer too. At $99 it's not exactly breaking the bank, but to be honest this thing is just begging to be modded. :p

Plans (So far)

Corsair H60 Cooler
Custom lexan case
Powered 4-port USB hub (also keeping original port)
Micro ATX power supply to power everything (ordered)


**UPDATES**
Case still needs to be completed and now I'm ordering a pico PSU to power everything. I'm shooting for next weekend to have everything completed. That being said it all works currently and I've been enjoying my system and testing some games out to get temp readings. Currently I'm idling at ~28 degrees and under full load in gaming the temps top out at ~43 degrees. This makes me happy. :)

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-08062000_zpscdd17e2a.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-08062000_zpscdd17e2a.jpg.html)

Crappy heatsink mounting.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-04101429_zps354cb5f9.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-04101429_zps354cb5f9.jpg.html)

Freed from it's restraints.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-07183551_zps7b37470a.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-07183551_zps7b37470a.jpg.html)

Heatsink added to memory chip on the back.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-04101655_zps08559703.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-04101655_zps08559703.jpg.html)

Mount finished, shims installed, and power switch/LED relocated. New power leads have been soldered to the bottom of the board and is now powered via molex connector.
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11133602_zpseba52fc4.jpg.html)

Block mounted
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134354_zps9336eb94.jpg.html)

Hooked up and ready to rock out!
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/bimptacular/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg (http://s66.photobucket.com/user/bimptacular/media/2013-07-11134341_zpsf8c87996.jpg.html) I am interested in how you mounted the heatsink to the ram chip, did you have to bore through the motherboard or somehow glued it,i basicaly have a solid copper laptop heatsink insert and want to make it fit my cpu but the heatsink legs will be to short to accomodate it any ideas it's about 3.5cm squared circumfrance with 2 large screw holes on the diagonal corners?

Manaurys
08-18-2013, 07:39 PM
I am interested in how you mounted the heatsink to the ram chip, did you have to bore through the motherboard or somehow glued it,i basicaly have a solid copper laptop heatsink insert and want to make it fit my cpu but the heatsink legs will be to short to accomodate it any ideas it's about 3.5cm squared circumfrance with 2 large screw holes on the diagonal corners?

Those kind of heatsinks come with thermal tape

Primulas
08-18-2013, 07:59 PM
I love this thread. I'm a desktop tech and getting more into hw . this is great.

PHYSC
08-19-2013, 02:23 AM
Cool never knew of a thermal resistant tape for sticking before, have to get some of that some time. I just looked at the temp under load for this water mod a mere 43c wow it's cool then for an ouya as they easy hit 60c+ under load with ease,just done a major shimm job on mine again yesterday, totaly modified with a large copper cooling block will add it to my shimming thread soon a video and pictures also,and add to youtube channel,but i do wish i was handy enough to do a water cooled mod ie.cooling block manufacture etc.Just as a point to make, mine with copper shim around 1cm thick. After 2hr 26mins of continuous video and gaming it was hitting 51c so not bad at all for fan cooled and some shims.I'd love to shave 8c off my load temps but you can see why water cooled is considered the extreme when comparing the 2 temps.A big well done on that mod bus_dr1v3r, the case is sweet to mate.

darksakul
11-02-2013, 08:35 PM
This is the most over engineered, over done mod I ever seen for the Ouya

And I love it.

TheLion
12-11-2013, 12:04 PM
Id like to see you put windows 7 on it.

timmytot666
12-11-2013, 12:50 PM
Id like to see you put windows 7 on it.

Super easy. Download onlive desktop. Virtual windows 7 on any android device.

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