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Thread: Where can i buy memory heatsinks?




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    Does anyone know a good store in Australia which sells BGA memory heatsinks for video cards ?

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    Cheap alternative if you know hot to use a metal saw :confused: : get old pentiums heatsinks and cut them... that what i will do!
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    I do that all the time with old p133 sinks. I use the dremel with a reinforced cutting wheel. Had to do that for a sb live.
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    heatsinks for a sblive? O_o
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    For an SB live? That sounds funky. Old Pentium heat sinks are good. But the do make designated RAM sinks for video cards with more fins etc. You'll probably have to scrape off the thermal tape they come with and get some good thermal adhesive, like Arctic alumina. Look around online, : peace2: Mista K6
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