Open Small Demolition: Thor 911 Jedi 10mm Heat Pipe Is Really How Powerful?


[Bestbuy618 Notebook Channel]Raytheon 911 Jedi as a new generation of Raytheon 16.6-inch gaming notebook, equipped with the newly released i7 10750H processor and RTX 2060 graphics card, powerful configuration can provide excellent performance, but this also requires the device to have efficient cooling to guarantee. The average temperature of the CPU is approximately 95°C, and the average temperature of the GPU is approximately 80°C, indicating good performance. It is worth noting that even after long hours of high-load operation, the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s C-side does not feel excessively hot, and we tested the temperature of various areas of the C-side during the full load test.

The temperature at the palm rest is approximately 24°C, while the temperature in the WASD area is approximately 29-30°C. The higher temperature area is near the top of the C-side air outlet, and it is rarely touched by the user during operation.

As a result, even after a long period of gaming, the Thor 911 Jedi can provide a refreshing feeling.

So, how does the Raytheon 911 Jedi ensure efficient heat dissipation as a relatively thin and light 16.6-inch gaming notebook? This issue open small demolition to find the answer for everyone.Click below to watch the video “The After ensuring that the computer is turned off, we first remove the D-side protective case and see that there are many mesh holes on the D-side of the Raytheon 911 Jedi to ensure sufficient airflow.” At the same time, the inner side has a mesh cover to keep debris out of the chassis.

Metal mesh cover on the inside of the D-side case After removing the D-side case, you can see the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s internal design. The Raytheon 911 Jedi not only has a dual fan, triple heat pipe, and triple vent cooling module, but the CPU heat pipe is a rare 10mm diameter in the industry. Raytheon 911 Jedi’s 10mm heat pipe According to Raytheon, this 10mm heat pipe is equivalent to the combination of “1 x 8mm 1 x 6mm” copper pipe.

The Raytheon 911 Jedi’s three heat pipes cover the CPU, GPU, and other core heat generators, increasing the heat dissipation area through the even heat plate. Close-up of the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s CPU and GPU The heat comes directly to the metal cooling fins at the cooling vents via the copper pipes. The higher power consumption RTX 2060 graphics card has two heat pipes, which fully exploits the advantages of the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s three cooling vents to complete fast cooling.

As we continue to disassemble, the Raytheon 911 Jedi is equipped with a large 55Wh battery, disconnect the battery from the motherboard, then loosen the fixing screws and remove the battery.

The Raytheon 911 Jedi has space inside the chassis for a mechanical hard drive. Here we remove the memory sticks; the Raytheon 911 Jedi has two memory slots. It is worth noting that the Core H series processors of the tenth generation can support dual-channel DDR4 2933 memory. The model we disassembled this time is an 8GB single-channel model, and we recommend that users buy or upgrade to a 16GB dual-channel model on their own.

Raytheon 911 Jedi has dual memory slots Next is the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s SSD, which requires unscrewing a fixing screw. As you can see, memory and storage expansion on the Raytheon 911 Jedi is still very convenient.

The wireless card is located next to the SSD; disconnect the antenna to remove it. Raytheon 911 Jedi wireless card Next, we begin disassembling the cooling module. Disconnect the fan from the motherboard and loosen the screws securing the heat sink and fan. After removing the cooling module, you can see that, unlike most gaming notebooks, the Raytheon 911 Jedi has a woofer in addition to the two regular speakers, allowing it to provide better sound quality and enhance the immersion of the audio and video gaming experience with the Nahimic sound supported by the machine.

The next step is to disconnect the woofer from the motherboard and the two screws that hold it in place, and then remove it. Raytheon 911 Jedi wooferThen disconnect the other modules from the motherboard and loosen the fixing screws to remove the motherboard.

After removing the motherboard, the I/O daughter board next to it can be easily removed. Symmetrical Dual Speakers At this point, the Thor 911 Jedi’s disassembly is nearly complete. You can see that there is a metal isolation plate between the bottom of the motherboard and the C-side, which not only helps with heat equalization, but also helps to ensure the strength of the body and improve reliability. Internal metal frame Finally, I’d like to send you a family photo of the Raytheon 911 Jedi disassembly.

Raytheon 911 Jedi disassembly Overall, the Raytheon 911 Jedi internal layout is neat and tidy, with no messy flying wires, while the cooling module covers the main heat generators on the motherboard, a combination of 10mm heat pipes and two conventional heat pipes, with metal cooling fins, dual fans to achieve high cooling efficiency, which is why after a long period of high load operation, the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s thin and light body can still output stable performance,

In terms of expandability, the Raytheon 911 Jedi not only has a rich I/O interface, but its memory and storage expansion are simple, allowing players to upgrade themselves. The I/O ports on both sides of the Raytheon 911 Jedi So if you are a gamer or high performance user, the 16.6-inch 144Hz refresh rate gaming screen with i7 10750H and RTX 2060 can meet all of your needs and provide a long-lasting and smooth experience even for long time