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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by N H O, Sep 5, 2005.
whelps im bored and havent seen a thread lik this, so bring it
AMD Athlon 64 stock HSF
It keeps my CPU at 30C. 35C under load.
lapped baby yeahh
^ sexy man
I got carried away with the picture taking when I installed my XP-120...
Just out of its wrapper!
Check out all those fins!
Nice gap between the memory and the heatsink
Nothing fancy, but it works well.
edit by zer0signal667: links nonfunctional, 2 point to strange, irrelevant images
i love my heatsink , sorry i suck at taking pics w/o my tripod
mickey987 nice shots of the xp-120, makes me wanna pick one up
Bio-Hazard, how are the temps with the Big Typhoon? thing sure looks mighty nice
furiousfords89 i had the same heatsink as urs, cept the socket A version i thot it was the greatest thing wen i had it
and nice guys keep the pics comin
Spot held for future heatsink..looking at CoolerMaster 6+ Or Zalman 7000CU with blue led..system parts being bought ..low on chezze
I just know somone is going to post that big a** lump of copper demo Zelman HSF
i'd post mine, but it basically looks exactly like this, cept with a crappier lapping job
You need to open up the exhaust on that fan next to the CPU, it looks badly blocked by a lot of metal.
My ghetto Intel heatsink...
actually i hacked out the grills with my pliers, its just not noticeable form that angle..i only missed that certain spot from the camera angle because if i tried to remove any more metal i would completely bend my case's frame
mm can't wait to show off my new cnps9500 within few months from now lol.
OK, you asked for it!!
.... Introducing ... the Cuprinnock Alpha 2® ... custom MOSFET sinks.
100% Fine Silver used to join the base & fins instead of solder, which is a poor thermal conductor.
Took a small amount of experimentation with torch techniques to get the Silver to flow
evenly without heating the Copper too much. Only 220 degrees (F) between the two
melting points. Must admit however, Copper has a wider Melting Range than Silver, which was an advantage here.
Those proto-types were designed to clear the caps & toroidal coils by the mosfets, that is why they have open sides.
The design could easily be upscaled for use as Vid RAM, Northbridge or even a CPU sink.
And could also be modified to accomodate more fins as well. Another smaller fin piece
could even be placed in the middle area. Which is the next design most likely.
They started out like this by the way - a crucible of pure molten Copper melted down from scrap plumbing materials :
Working on a couple larger designs for cooling larger chips but haven't perfected them yet.
Don't worry, you will see them soon enough.
Darkside: CM Hyper 6 + ALL THE WAY ( i plan on getting one soon so i can show it off in here and of course overclock more
[em]HEAT: nice nice even tho this is a heatsink thread, very nice block u gots there
thefordmccord: gotta love the ghetto'ness
lol, I have the Hyper 6+ and I am not going to use it...same with the TT Sonic Tower.
I will post pics later.
I just ordered my XP-90 today, ground shipping is going to take a while
Xp-90 is da bomb, u'll love it lapping it makes it jus that much better and looks cool too
Lol, this certainly doesnt fall under "showing off" but, anyway, how about a pile of them!
^_^ ... quite an assemblage you have there.
My system barely get's warm now!! The fans are nearly silent. Now all I hear is that pesky GPU cooler fan (soon to be replaced) and a couple of case fans (also planning on replacement now that I can hear them)
never thought i would be posting pics of heat sinks so some i only have pics of while there installed
only pic of 2.4c cooler
other north bridge cooler
since someone else did...
lol forgot i ran out of electrical tape back when i took that picture
whats the mountings on that slk Aaron_ATX socket A or 478
A....on my longtime +2500 barton setup. Its too spiffy looking to epoxy it to anything
i love that pic, when i first saw it i thought the image was actually embedded in the heatsink base somehow
What type of mounting does that use?!!!!?
(It is a real heatsink isnt it?)
My heatsinks arent anything special...
I have the socket A coolermaster heatsink that is just like the blue thing on the previous page and a zalman passive heatsink for my video card.
Here you go...
COOLER MASTER RT-UCL-L4U1 40mm Sleeve Blue LED Light Northbridge Cooling Fan/Heatsink
COOLER MASTER Hyper 6+ RR-UNH-P0U1 100 mm Rifle Bearing Cooling Fan/Heatsink
The mounting hardware came with the kit and worked quite well. Probably some of the easiest I've worked with in a while.
nope, thats a reflection, also note with the other photo with the quarter that you can see a glow in the dark star in the reflection
That's an amazing lap job, ryuji.
When I first saw the thread title I thought it was devoted to custom designed & modded heatsinks.
But since we are talking lapp jobs ...
Thermalright Sk-7 ::
Thermalright SLK-900a ::
No polishing compound whatsoever.
Just 2,000 grit paper, a tempered mirror, plenty of clean water, and a lot of elbow grease.
A little experience helped too.
nice guys keep it comin
jmroberts70, i DIG ur heatsink....its soo damn sexy...btw can u give me its measurements? appreciate it
lol, I never actually considered them "sexy" but I'll take it!! Surprisngly, I didn't realize that Newegg doesn't have decent dimensions for these guys. I'll have to break out a tape measure tonight or something and make some simple measurements for you guys. I will say that some video cards simply won't be able to fit in between them.
**edit** Just found some great info on the CoolerMaster website with some good dimensions 'n stuff:
Hyper 6+ CPU cooler
I have both of those and I can only use the chipset cooler as on my s939 mATX board the Hyper 6+ blocks the CM chipset cooler.
Here's my wireless router:
With a fan sucking air out right over them..
Ok I have to ask, what the heck is the top picture of? It looks like refrigerant pipes or something.
pwnd, the sink even gets warm, and stays warm, its all passive, im a big fan of not using fans