February 1, 2023
CyberPowerPC is bringing an advanced water-cooling system to its gaming laptops with the Tracer VII Edge series of laptops. Featuring a high-end NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, CyberPowerPC said its watercooling solution will deliver improved performance over competing laptops with the same GPU. The 17-inch Tracer VII Edge-117E and 16-inch Tracer VII Edge-I16G laptops both…

CyberPowerPC is bringing an advanced water-cooling system to its gaming laptops with the Tracer VII Edge series of laptops. Featuring a high-end NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, CyberPowerPC said its watercooling solution will deliver improved performance over competing laptops with the same GPU.

The 17-inch Tracer VII Edge-117E and 16-inch Tracer VII Edge-I16G laptops both support an optional “liquid cooling unit.” Picture a box that you place on a desk next to your laptop. You attach it to the back of your laptop via a cable with a magnetic connector. When it’s plugged into the box, it’s water-cooled. The liquid cooling is optional and the laptop also features a more traditional laptop cooling system so it functions normally away from its liquid cooling unit.

It sounds like it might be messy, but it’s not. The magnetic connector is very secure. To disconnect it, you just pull the magnetic connector out—it’s easy. In our experience, a single small drop of water may drip out of the connector, but that’s it. It looks like a big improvement from the older connector…

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