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Rating: 9.67/10
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LOLDART@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/29/11
Cons: paste can be a pain to be removed

Pros: cheap ram heatsinkscan be reused can be used for other chipsets
Comment:
Ok I used this on my video cards, my 360 and my tv box. it comes on easly and works great with any chipset I seen. If you plan to reuse any of the heatsinks the paste will need to be replaced.
ilya@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/12/11
Cons: thermal tape is hard to get on the mosfet

Pros: thermal tape is pre applied, dissipates heat
Comment:
These are better than the mos-c1's, but only because they pre applied the thermal tape. (3M 8815) Like the mos-c1's it's very difficult to get the tape to stick the first time, but after you get it on and cure it, it's very secure.
bigrum@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/23/10
Cons: Decent thermal pad/tape

Pros: Cheapgood quailty
Comment:
They are a good size, and work great. The thermal pad/tape could be better though. Over all a good buy, and I would most likly buy again.
Henry_W@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/22/10
Cons: Price. Somewhat expensive for 8.

Pros: Thermal tape is great. Helps dissipate a lot of heat. I used it on mosfets as well.
Comment:
Overall great buy as my mosfets burned my fingers when my computer was under load and my motherboard would not allow current mosfet coolers to be mounted.
Rison@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/28/10
Cons: tape does not stick.

Pros: lightweight, copper, taller heatsink
Comment:
I purchased these to cool the ram on a GTX 280, that I watercooled.I have read the tape is better than the Swiftech units. I have used the Swiftech ramsinks before, and agree somewhat.After cleaning + buffing and applying the ramsinks, I let them set overnight. The next day I installed the card, and after about 15 minutes the ramsinks were falling off and clunking on the bottom of the case.I highly recommend using Arctic Alumina thermal adhesive to attach these (somewhat permanently) Other than that, there are two ramsinks on the GTX280 which didn't clear - but being soft copper, it's easy to trim the two that need to clear (with side cutters), than buy the shorter version of these.
furikuri@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/07/10
Cons: Expensive

Pros: Works?Sticky thermal tape
Comment:
Not much to say about these really. They work and the thermal tape is very sticky if you make sure to clean the chip beforehand. An eraser helps!
GhettoChild@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/07/10
Cons: Swiftech's brand has 8.5g of copper vs this brand's 7g of copper per heatsink. Thermal tape is already applied so it must be removed to use your own thermal paste/adhesive solution. Would prefer tapes left non-applied like MOS-C1 package. Not really a weakness but copper is flexible and maleable, these heatsinks are certainly more durable than the MOS-C1 mosfet heatsinks just don't step on or bend them too much the pins could still break off

Pros: Pure Copper for maximum heat dissipation (copper transfers heat evenly), great for chips & board devices around 1cm² area, comes with very sticky thermal tape already applied to the 8 heatsinks. Heatsinks are small and light enough to remain in place with non-adhesive thermal paste. Instruction sheet included. Small efficient packaging (small cardboard box with plastic tray inside).
Comment:
installed them on my main PC, they're great for really tiny chips and assorted motherboard devices about 1cm² area. So far they're light enough to hold in place with non-adhesive thermal paste. I have not placed the motherboard vertically yet to test if heatsinks can resist gravity over long term with non-adhesive thermal paste. Well woth the money if you need to bring down the temps on some small motherboard/video card devices like Mosfets. Definately going to buy some more.
Brooke_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/18/10
Cons: Not cheap?

Pros: Good quality.
Comment:
These little guys are great for anywhere you need some extra heat sinks. The copper used is good quality and they work well. They aren't cheap, but you get what you pay for.
bit_NINj4@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/29/09
Cons: none

Pros: qualityvalueease of use
Comment:
I recently bought a XFX non-reference HD 4870 so I knew I would issues with heat. I bought these and some Arctic Silver Matrix and went to work.I initially was thinking about getting the low-profile sinks, but decided against it because I wanted more copper on the VRAM than the lows would give me.I sat down and at first took my rotary tool and started to cut the fins off one at a time, but they got too damn hot to hold, which is a good thing, but I didn't want burns and this proves how well they conduct heat.So I opted to take out the tiny cutters and cut each one individually, which took perhaps 20 mins.Cutting them would also save the thermal tape from curing before installation, so keep that in mind for all you power tool users.I custom cut each sink to specifically fit each sink given the clearance to the fan sink and heatpipe andI must say that the improvements were tremendous. Nearly 12C loss in temp on the VRAM!Excellent product!
Alexandre_G@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/04/09
Cons: Thermal tape could be better

Pros: Good quality, simple to use
Comment:
I wanted this to cool down a router CPU and switch and it worked very well. Just make sure you have enough room to install it and to have enough airflow.The only problem is that the thermal tape, even if it works great, isn't really good... For a permanent install, I remove the thermal tape and use arctic silver thermal adhesive and it works great.
nivlek@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/19/09
Cons: none

Pros: Copper made,good looking, tapes are sticky.
Comment:
Installed these on the mosfets on a rampage extreme, be sure to push and hold it for like 15 secounds to let the tape sticks on well.
andrew_c@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/01/09
Cons: Dimensions, not bad though.

Pros: Copper. Good thermal adhesive. Good quality construction.
Comment:
EnzoTech is just plain rad. I would buy from them again in a heartbeat. In saying the dimensions are a weakness, I only mean they don't entirely cover the RAM chip but this shouldn't be a concern to you, they still cool very effectively. Highly recommended! I used these to convert a an old Voodoo5 to fanless.
SmEdD@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/12/08
Cons: Nothing

Pros: - Cools amazingly- Good thermal tape
Comment:
Just amazing, my VDDC chips on my 4870 were overheating big time with decent after market heat sinks (a lot of people have this issue), they were hitting 150c under sustained load (and the silicon is only rated to 120c), now they hold about 71c under load, just amazing.The thermal tape is really good too, not so sticky that if you mount a bit off you cant fix it right away but sticky enough to hold permanently.
steven s wilson@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/07/08
Cons: None

Pros: Decent tape, quality build, fairly inexpensive motherboard bling
Comment:
Picked these up to cool mosfets and voltage regulation CCTs on my motherboard.The included tape works well enough, and they're easy to cut with a dremmel for smaller applications.Only thing I would change would be to use the thin double sided thermal tape rather than the pads these use. (I'm assuming the tape would transfer heat a little better).
olympic@NCIX
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Review Date: 09/18/08
Cons: None

Pros: Strong tape101 useseasy to modEffective at what they are meant to do.
Comment:
I bought these to stick to the MOSFET's on my motherboard and they worked very well. The tape is strong and they really dissipate the heat as long as you can get some airflow on them. The pins can be easily trimmed with a wire cutter if needed or you can cut them right in half with a dremel. Very versatile product. Recommended!
The Haunted@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/02/08
Cons: none

Pros: -Forged copper (great heat dissipation)-Good thermal tape
Comment:
They do their job very well, remain firmly attached to chips.Not my first kit and not my last! Good price for a fine product.
Olivier_P@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/16/08
Cons: None

Pros: Good Desing. Come with Thermal tape.
Comment:
Very pleased with those. Used them to cool down my nVidia chipset located right under my massive 8800 gts.
Prickly Pete@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/05/08
Cons: None.

Pros: Great design, Quality product, good thermal tape included.
Comment:
I've used a few different type of ramsinks over the years and would have to say these are the best that I've used yet. Nice design, and quality crafted.
James_8970@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/22/08
Cons: none

Pros: -Excellent thermal tape-Good machine work-They get warm, so you can tell there is great heat transfer and I'm going to assume they dissipate heat efficiently
Comment:
To bad Enzotech doesn't make MOSFEST heatsinks as I would jump on them in a second. Though, I was so happy with these I bought a 2nd set to mod and use to cool my MOSFEST. These are a must buy for cooling your RAM.
BoSsS@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/19/08
Cons: Weight!

Pros: All copperIncluded tape really stick Really well machinedInstructions booklet... lol :X
Comment:
They do a great job at heat removal if you have some airflow over them. The stick provided stick really well, just be sure to thoroughly clean surface to mount them with alcohol before. I'll buy again next time I need to put heatsinks on components instead of home-making some from old cpu heatsink Just be aware that they are somewhat tall and that you should use the low profile version (BCC9) if height could be an issue.
Dead Things@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/14/08
Cons: Needs decent airflow to really be effective

Pros: Easy to apply, can be used in a variety of applications
Comment:
These are great little things. I have a watercooled CPU in my evga 680i SLI, so the resistors around my CPU (the little things marked R50) could get very hot and start actually making a high-pitched squealing sound. Not to mention the heat build up in the resistors would hurt my overclock.I put the Enzotech heatsinks on all of my resistors, and the result is less heat build up, no squealing sound, better OC. Got these little beasties on sale for about 8 bucks too! One helluva great purchase.To be fair, I wouldn't want to put these guys on my northbridge or anything like that, but they are a terrific solution for any hot-running component that is not already cooled. If you have the clearance - you should choose these over the low-profile versions because the longer heatsinks mean more exposure to airflow and thus greater heat transfer. But, if you're in a tight situation without much clearance, the low-profile heatsinks are for you.
jaydeesan@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/12/08
Cons: none (might not match your colour scheme at the worst?)

Pros: great quality, work perfectly
Comment:
Excellent heat sinks, very well made, work great. Thermal tape seems good as well so far, unlike some others. You can stick them on anything you need to not just VGA RAM.
Xilikon@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/11/08
Cons: A tad on the small side but that's just me :)

Pros: Very well made and the thermal adhesive is one of the best
Comment:
I used 4 of them to cool the mosfets on my P5K-E/Wifi-AP and it did the job wonderfully. This helped me avoid buying either cumbersome HR-09 heatsink or getting mosfet blocks at over 40$ a pop.I can recommed this to anyone who want to cool ram or mosfets, especially on video cards with aftermarket cooling due to the excellent adhesive pad installed on the sinks.
AzNightmare@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/07/08
Cons: Depending on heatsink, it may not fit

Pros: Stick wellLonger, improving heat dissapation
Comment:
These are great ramsinks. They are longer version of the popular BCC9 ramsink. I prefer these ones because they werelonger, so it had better heat dissapation.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

 
Heatsink Material: C1100 Forged Copper
Heatsink Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 14 mm
Features: ATI & NVIDIA Compatible Pure forged copper Easy installation by using 3M 8815 Thermal Tape Multipack - Eight (8) piece set
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