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Water Cooling Kit installation guide

This article will guide you through installing the Water Cooling Kit for Raspberry Pi 5.

Water Cooling Kit installation has the following two parts of the installation:

Part1: Water pump connection Radiator

Step1: Install silicone hose

Connect the water pump and Radiator as shown.

Step2: Add coolant to the water pump

  1. Do not open the water pump without adding coolant, otherwise it will damage the water pump.
  2. It's recommended to use purified water or cooling liquid specifically designed for computer water cooling systems.
  3. Adding tap water may cause blockages in the radiator.
  4. After filling the coolant, the equipment will work quietly. If the noise is large, please exhaust the bubble before adding the coolant.

Part2: Radiator connection Raspberry Pi 5

There are two sets of silicone heat pads, and one set is reserved.

Distinguish No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 silicone heat dissipation pad:

No. 3 silicone heat dissipation pad is thicker than No. 4, and No. 5 silicone heat dissipation pad is the smallest in area.


There is a plastic film on the heat sink pad. Pay attention to tear off the plastic film when using.

Step1: Install the bottom cooler

Step2: Install 5 heat dissipation rubber pads

Pay attention to tear off the plastic film, otherwise it will affect the heat dissipation effect.
Please stick the silicone heat sink in the corresponding position in order.

Step3: Install screws and nuts

Firstly, install the copper column of the Radiator.

Secondly, install the Radiator on top of the Raspberry Pi 5.

Finally, screws are installed and tightened on the backplane.

You'll have these spare parts left over.

Once you're done, you can turn on the Water Cooling Kit to cool your Raspberry Pi 5.

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