Adding heatsink to heatpipe 'plate' Tags: Graphics Cards Cooling RAM Heatsinks Overclocking mrsav25 July 22, 2012 11:01:04 PM Hey Had an idea to try and drop temps and wondered if anyone had seen it before. I'm thinking of adding something similar to a ram heatsink or jsut a generic low profile heatsink to the base plate of my heatpipe cooler (see pic to see what I mean): I figure with all the air blowing on there, it could help (or at least look cool!) Anyone seen this before? More about : adding heatsink heatpipe plate Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNeed some advice on cleaning heatsink ForumWanted - Gigabyte DQ6 "Crazy Cool" Plate ... Forumheatpipe to copperpipe watercooling ForumCustom m15x Heatsink ForumVGA Heat-Pipe Cooler Roundup 2006 ForumA8N-sli Premium Heatpipe concerns ForumAnyone using a HEATPIPE ? ForumOpinion on the Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme 1366RT heatsink ForumWhat is the best CPU Heatsink ? [Terms of Cooling and Sound] ForumExploring Below Ambient Water Cooling ForumDiscussion Thread: Watercooling/Closed Loop Coolers ForumAnyone use a heatpipe cooler to cool their vid card recome.. ForumNew mobo, case, and heatsink for new processor ForumGigabyte DS3, S3, others. Heatpipe Copper Chipset cooler $15 ForumAMD Overclocking Club ForumThermal Paste Removal/Installation Guide ForumAMD Phenom ii x2 550 BE 3.4ghz (???) Not overclocked ForumCutting Heatpipes ForumCPU fan clicking? Forum[Solved] Best CPU heatsink for the money July 2012 More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !