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Default How does this sink work? (possibly for lab style heatsinks)

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When i saw this i thought it was so cool. I must share this

It is originally a CPU cooler, however this would be awesome on a lab style heatsink!







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- How does this cool your CPU? (or potential sink) by liquid?
- Could this be usefull on a alluminium heatsink?

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Euh that is just a tower CPU heatsink. It uses heatpipes to cool the surface. Do I miss something ?
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Well now i am confused too let just edit the title and let others fill in.
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Default Re: How does this sink work? (possibly for lab style heatsinks)

No actual liquid flow included, but I think I've read somewhere that heatpipes do have some core of some mixed fluid or something which has brutal heat conduction.

Or something like that.

In short, it just makes for an excellent thermal connection between the CPU plate and the finned part for dissipation, while maintaining good flexibility regarding mechanical design (you can lead the pipes wherever you need them).


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CPUs can dissipate 130W or more. Your measly little laser diode dissipates 6W or less. This really isn't necessary and you'll get virtually no performance increase with it either. It just adds to the size and weight.

If it's just to "look cool," may I suggest paying a machinist (like Mister Eudaimonium here) to create something with a unique shape instead of an off-the-shelf item like this.
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CPUs can dissipate 130W or more. Your measly little laser diode dissipates 6W. This really isn't necessary and you'll get virtually no performance increase with it either. It just adds to the size and weight.
And cost. CPU heatsinks are generally more expensive than machined heatsinks here.

Not to mention the hassle of actually mounting this thing absolutely anywhere except a CPU on a motherboard in a computer.

You can't even place it on a desk on any side on which it could possibly be accounted as "stable".

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I would like to thank Mister Cyparagon here for reccomending me, but I do not posess a mill, and cannot machine anything square and not-meant-for-flashlight-host looking.
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I say go for it, if your like me than you'll have a million ideas upstars so if its something you think will be boss go for it.
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These are useless unless you have a separate heatsink to mount to the heatsink, drilling into the copper plate will puncture the heatpipes and render the thing useless.
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Yep Slap a TEC plate on there and mount a flat mount module on the TEC and you should have great heat removal and a nice cold module. That was what I had planned for the one I yanked off the i7.. Ok Ok you can leave the TEC out if ya want but I think they would make a decent lab module by mounting the flat mount module to the heatsink.
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You could attach something like this to it>

This is the aluminum block with a copper module and a tool for inserting and removing the module.




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Nice Jeff!!! I must have one of them!!!
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Wow jeff that is such a cool addon Quanta costa?
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