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Cheep Copper Mosfet Heatsinks

I need some cheep Copper Mosfet Heatsinks
likes these
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/enmofocomohe.html

anyone know of any like that but cheaper ?
I know thats a good deal and all, I just want to spend less


thanks
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  1. Best answer
    $9.99 is a fair price for heat sinks of that high a quality, you get what you pay for man, I'd say suck it up!, if you need them get them.

    Newegg wants $14.99 for the same set, but they do have Free Shipping.

    Why do you need them in the first place?

    Are you overheating?
  2. Check ebay. They have tons of them listed at different prices. Might just have to pick up some simple adhesive with them if anything.
  3. 4Ryan6 said:


    Are you overheating?

    yep
    prescott p4 system crammed supper supper small case and I'd like to do some over clocking (mobo does not have heat sinks)

    I can live with the temps @ stock, but every little thing helps. it's a on the road system I want to be ready for high temps environments witch it will be in
    heck my ram runs hot, but its 2.6v

    I guess I'll man up and buy them for 10$
  4. Best answer selected by 3dfxvoodoo.
  5. Thanks for the BA!

    Is there any case modding possibilities so maybe you could add an additional cooling fan to increase case airflow, maybe add a side fan or blowhole to the top of it?

    By the way, I still have a 3dfxvoodoo 3000 GPU, I'm keeping it for sentimental reasons, still operational too!
  6. 4Ryan6 said:


    Is there any case modding possibilities so maybe you could add an additional cooling fan to increase case airflow, maybe add a side fan or blowhole to the top of it?

    I already did
    added 2 80mm fans and 2 50mm fans
    the temps are ok, but not when I'm on the road, with no AC in my camper it could get hot, although I don't think I'll mind speeding the fans up if I have to

    4Ryan6 said:
    Thanks for the BA!

    your welcome

    4Ryan6 said:

    By the way, I still have a 3dfxvoodoo 3000 GPU, I'm keeping it for sentimental reasons, still operational too!

    don't get me started lol
  7. Anonymous said:
    I already did
    added 2 80mm fans and 2 50mm fans
    the temps are ok, but not when I'm on the road, with no AC in my camper it could get hot, although I don't think I'll mind speeding the fans up if I have to

    Edit: The 80mm and 50mm can get quite noisy, especially the higher rpm line, you must have them on some kind of fan controller?


    your welcome


    don't get my started lol

    Edit: The Voodoo 3000 was the very first high end graphics card I had purchased specifically for game playing, it performed as advertised and I was never disappointed with it!


    Ryan
  8. 4Ryan6 said:
    Ryan

    umm :??:
  9. Anonymous said:
    umm :??:


    ^
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    ^ Sorry Look at your quote again.
  10. yep it's a quote :p
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