WTS: "Tiny" heatsink for custom project

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WTS: "Tiny" heatsink for custom project

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Weight is near 3kg.
Will accept any offer that exceed shipping cost to your area.

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Shocked!!!

I’m surprised one of the “Ultra thrower” guys like Enderman hasn’t already expressed interest.

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DavidEF wrote:
Shocked!!!

I’m surprised one of the “Ultra thrower” guys like Enderman hasn’t already expressed interest.


There are smaller and lighter heatsinks made for CPUs that would perform better than this :/ no offense
There’s a reason I don’t build my own heatsinks.
Welding heatpipes to copper plates with high precision needs to be done in a factory.
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Most cpu heatsinks have small rib distance and not suitable for indoor usage without fan.

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kiriba-ru wrote:
Most cpu heatsinks have small rib distance and not suitable for indoor usage without fan.

Yeah, I always use fans on the CPU heatsinks.
It’s the only way to get good cooling in a compact space.
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