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4-Pack VGA-RAM Aluminium Heatsinks 15x15MM

Item-No: 223
Weight: 0.01 kg




110+25+50+100+
2.06€1.56€1.36€1.16€0.96€


2.06 €

 

Specifications:
Size: 15x15mm
Height: 8mm

- High quality aluminum heatsinks intended for use on RAM memory chips, HANA/ANA, and Southbridge chips.

- Strong 3M thermal adhesive layer on bottom ensures they don't fall off when properly installed.

- Dissipates heat from the chips to help prevent overheating (less chance of RAM or E74 related errors)

- Multiple extended fins provide maximum cooling surface area


Installation:

Step 1:
Clean off any dust/residue on the RAM, HANA/ANA, and Southbridge chips with 99% isopropyl alcohol. Let dry.

Step 2:
Peel off the protection layer from the bottom of the heatsink to reveal the adhesive. Be careful to not touch the adhesive or get it dirty or it will become less adhesive.

Step 3: Carefully place one heatsink on each chip and press straight down from above to activate the pressure sensitive adhesive. Make sure the heatsinks are facing the right direction (as shown in the pics) to ensure maximum airflow across the fins.

Step 4: For proper removal DO NOT just rip off from the chips or you may damage the solder connections in the process. Use a heatgun on low temp to warm up the heatsinks first, then gently pull/wiggle until it releases. Store on a piece of wax paper to keep the adhesive clean until ready to use again.

* The more times you re-use, the less sticky the adhesive will become.






 

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