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Uploaded: 03.10.2007 22:25
Categories: Cooling

kazoo - Got these two heatsinks from my school's junkbox. Any ideas what to do with these? I thought I can build some cooling systems..

Got these two heatsinks from my school's junkbox. Any ideas what to do with these? I thought I can build some cooling systems..


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07.11.2007 21:57 erosenninah, romulaatikot <3 itelläki jos minkänäköstä siiliä revitty vanhoista piirilevyistä irti, käyttötarkotukset vain jääny vähemmälle
04.10.2007 19:16 WiltsuKiitos
04.10.2007 14:21 kazooYoshi: :D Erotiikkaa ja estetiikkaa opiskelimme pitkästä aikaa tänään :), Matti Heikkinen on aika hauska tyyppi ;). drakmin and akeeh: those papers underneath heatsinks are toiletpapers ;). MakeKaze: The exact dimencions are 5.57 x 4.5 x 4.5 cm.
04.10.2007 00:54 HaoKiHehe... Wonder who Yoshi got that bios chip idea from...:P
04.10.2007 00:13 kazoo: could you give exact width, height etc?
04.10.2007 00:08 Yoshi*huom. saattaa sisältää pähkinää ja ripauksen sarkasmia* btw, tervetuloa erotiikka-alalle ;) itse pyörin kans siellä vielä huomisen ja sitten seuraavan kerran amiskaa vasta 2kk ennen kesälomaa.
03.10.2007 23:58 akeehLooks more like toilet paper. I'd guess the dimensions are about 4cm*4cm*5cm (guessed from the thermal paste marks, looks like a TO-3 package transistor or something is used).
03.10.2007 23:47 drakminWell there's those talouspaperi thingies to compare to....
03.10.2007 23:12 kazooThose are heavy and huge. I didn't realize that you people can't perceive the actual size of these(can you?), beacuse theres nothing to compare...
03.10.2007 23:01 bios chip doesn't warm up as it is a kind of a passive memory chip.. cool you mosfets/other parts of your mobos power supply with these?
03.10.2007 22:54 kazooDoes Bios chip even get warm? Never tried it :)
03.10.2007 22:43 Yoshino idea.... cool your bios chip ;)