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Phobia April 30, 2009 05:10 PM

Buying ram sinks
 
Does anyone know a good kind of ramsinks/ where to get them? I want them for my 9800gtx+

MpG April 30, 2009 05:24 PM

I'm partial to Swiftech's ramsinks, as they work well, and are easy to cut into smaller sizes with a dremel cutting wheel. That said, I have yet to see any sink who's adhesive I truly trust. I've always used either thermal epoxy or a tiny dab of hot glue gun to one edge.

Phobia April 30, 2009 05:34 PM

They don't ship to Canada ;(

MpG April 30, 2009 05:40 PM

THESE guys right here.

Phobia April 30, 2009 05:41 PM

Wow, i don't know how i missed those.. i was searching on their site for a while.. i fail

SugarJ April 30, 2009 05:50 PM

I'd recommend the Enzotechs as well NCIX.com - Buy Enzotech BMR-C1 Forged Copper BGA Memory Heatsinks for Video Card Memory 8 Pack W/ Thermaltape - BMR-C1 In Canada. but NCIX seems to be out of stock.

CanadaRox April 30, 2009 08:39 PM

I've used the Enzotech tall and short ramsinks as well as the smaller mosfet heatsinks. The adhesive works great for one application, but for more than that you'll need to replace it. I also have used their south bridge heatsink on a few motherboards. They all work great. You can touch them and actually feel the heat from the component (it felt a huge amount hotter than the stock heatsink on either my DFI X38-T2R or Asus P5Q-E, unfortunately it doesn't fit on my current board).


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