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Enzotech MOS-C1 Heatsinks only
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Rating: 9.27/10
With 22 User Reviews
WRX555@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/21/11
Cons: -only 10 pcs per pak (most m/bs will require 2 packs)

Pros: -pure copper-small enough to fit all motherboards unlike the bigger 1pcs designs-good double-sided thermal tape included-extra thermal tape included (15 pcs of tape for 10 pcs of heatsink) in case you make mistakes
Comment:
My PC was getting a bit unstable after I installed a new Phenom II x6 1090T (125W) in a Gigabyte MA785GM-US2H (upgraded from Athlon II x4 620 (95W)). Even though the x6 is officially supported by Gigabyte, after some research I found that the non-heatsinked MOSFETs could be overheating even at stocks speeds due to the 4+1 phase power. I bought 2 packs to stick on every exposed MOSFET I could find and used them all (14 around CPU and 6 around NorthBridge). It's been running for a couple weeks now with no more odd program crashes.
Zygote@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/16/11
Cons: I am not sure about the adhesive tape but it looks like it will be ineffective

Pros: Does their Job
Comment:
I used a 1:1 mixture of thermal compound and epoxy to stick the heatsinks on my p55a-g55 mosfets. After the compound has cured, it dropped my temps by 7-10 degrees Celsius. Great product.
Oldandcold@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/04/11
Cons: None so far

Pros: InexpensiveCools components that the manufacturer neglected
Comment:
Bought these to cool an Asus m4a785-m motherboard that only came with very basic cooling. They do an excellent job, and were pm'd to a very respectable price.
LOLDART@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/29/11
Cons: can be removed easlyhand to use for big handspaste can be reused

Pros: perfect for some chipscheap5 extra paste
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. one my video cards I have push the heatsinks ones and it fallen off to easily.
ilya@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/12/11
Cons: tricky thermal tape

Pros: dissipate heat
Comment:
The thermal tape included is 3M 8815. The tape is very secure once you finally manage to get it on and get it to cure. However, getting it on in the first place is incredibly difficult. They seem to do a pretty good job of cooling the mosfets on my board, but I don't have a temp probe to confirm this. At least the mosfets aren't burning hot to the touch now.
Gaspebeach@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/06/10
Cons: cheap termal tape but ok!

Pros: perfect!! price size!!
Comment:
My last Gigabyte motherboard's mosfets blowed up after 2 years takeng my quad code cpu with them beacose of the heat they generated under constant stress ,but with these heatsinks it should work forever unles there are others problems on your mobo
olympic@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/17/10
Cons: Thermal tape seems weak.A little pricey if you need lots of them.

Pros: Very versatile productPure copperSmall enough for the tightest spots
Comment:
Bought these for an old Gigabyte DS3R that had no heatsink on the CPU mosfets. They fit and look great but I'm not too sure if the thermal tape will hold, my board sits horizontal so no problem but might be an issue with vertical.
T O@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/15/10
Cons: Requires time, patience and accuracy to install. Had to use alot of care installing

Pros: Good for bare MOSFETS on motherboards, good cooling properties
Comment:
Good for bare MOSFETS on motherboards, good cooling properties and a great product for any build but a alot of time and care to install onto motherboard due to case and components restrictions. I use price matching to recieve a great price. I would recommend researching prices and use the price matching.
Rison@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/28/10
Cons: The tape is terrible, barely holds.

Pros: - Small, copper, lightweight- good for mosfets on video cards
Comment:
Even though I have read the Enzotech heatsinks have a better tape setup than Swiftech (and I've used the swiftech before) these didn't hold for very long when you turn the video card upside down in a case.I applied them properly (using isopropanol to clean, then buffed) applied, and let them set overnight. After putting the video card in my system (its watercooled) after about 15 minutes, I heard "clunk.. clunk" with these (and the other ramsinks) falling off and hitting the bottom of the case.I strongly recommend getting arctic alumina thermal adhesive for these heatsinks.
furikuri@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/07/10
Cons: Expensive

Pros: Full copperSticky thermal tape
Comment:
Bought 2 of these for the mosfets on the EP35-DS3R. Not sure if these work or not since I don't have temp sensors or anything. I hope they do since I plan on OC'ing this board to the max until I replace it with a P55.
GhettoChild@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/07/10
Cons: not really a weakness but copper is flexible and maleable, these heatsinks are certainly durable just don't step on or bend them too much the pins could break off

Pros: Pure Copper for maximum heat dissipation (copper transfers heat evenly), great for chips & board devices smaller than 1cm² area, comes with 15 pieces of thermal tape separate from the 10 heatsinks so you have the choice to use them or your own adhesive preference aswell as spare tapes. Heatsinks are small and light enough to remain in place with non-adhesive thermal paste. Small efficient packaging (simply a cardboard sheet and plastic cover.
Comment:
installed them on my main PC, they're great for really tiny chips and assorted motherboard devices smaller than 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.
Jingmin_G@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/20/09
Cons: - Could be bigger and cool better

Pros: - Cools well- Adhesive actually sticks well- Made of copper- Comes with 10
Comment:
I bought these to replace the VRM heatsinks from my Arctic Cooling Twin Turbo on my 4890. And what a difference. After I installed these heatsinks, my VRM temperatures have dropped 10-20 across the board. Would highly recommend but I wish these were a bit bigger. Perfect high for the Arctic Cooling Twin Turbo btw.
Rafi_F@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/09/09
Cons: Only 10...

Pros: Very Nice construction, does what it is supposed to.
Comment:
This was a great buy for me. I stuck them on my ASUS 750i SLI motherboard, and it helped me overclock my Q9550 just a little bit more because the board stayed a little cooler. Definitely something that you should look into if you get hot temps on your board. Only downside is that if you have a lot of mosfet's on your motherboard, you may need to order more than one.
Brendan L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/16/08
Cons: tape not pre appliedrequires time and patience (and accuracy)

Pros: cheap(when PM'd)Great for Bare MOSFETSThermal tape included
Comment:
Great product for any buildbought two sets just in case 10 wasnt enough (and some extras). seems a bit time consuming to install onto mobo due to case and heatsink restrictions.Overall beneficial for cooling
Scorbutu@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/07/08
Cons: *price*difficult to install on a computer unless you got alien hands !

Pros: *excelent quality and thermal disipation !*you got 10 of them
Comment:
Excelent product from Enzotech !My last Gigabyte motherboard's mosfets blowed up after 2 years takeng my quad code cpu with them beacose of the heat they generated under constant stress ,but with these heatsinks it should work forever unles there are others problems on your mobo!--summaryIf you got an overclocked cpu runing 24/24 under max stress with software like SETI Or Foldingdhome, you will need these heatsinks beacose sooner or later under constant stress your mosfets will blow taking pricey hardware with them !Luky for me the cpu and mobo were covered under warranty !
yuen47@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/04/08
Cons: Included tape SUCKS. A LOT.

Pros: Good quality, looks cool!
Comment:
These are tiny and should do fairly well in keeping mosfets cool, but the included tape is not sufficient and you should definitely get some of the thermal tape by 3M here. They do a WAY better job, and sticking them on my video card, the tape needs to be fairly sticky for the card to be mounded horizontally (sinks will be upside down in a upright case!).
Apollo4g@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/09/08
Cons: none

Pros: Great quality! Great product!
Comment:
An excellent product by enzotech. Its great quality of its forged copper products never let me down. The new 3M thermal tape used on these sinks are great for cooling your mosfets and any other smaller chips that give out crazy heat.
steve_h@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/30/08
Cons: none

Pros: does the job great quality
Comment:
i bought these to cool the mossfets on the hd 4870's , the mossfets on the hd 4870 are very small , it takes a lot of patients to get these mounted , but it worked out great !
MG@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/06/08
Cons: Le paquet devrait contenir un peu plus de dissipateurs pour ne pas à avoir à en commander deux.

Pros: Fabrication de qualité.Prix très bon lorsque pricematch à une des compagnies soeurs de NCIX.Prolonge la vie des Mosfet.
Comment:
Pour bien exploiter ces dissipateurs il faut s'assurer qu'un bon flow d'air vient extraire la chaleur des ces petites choses. Pour éviter la chute à long terme il est préférable de les colé avec du Arctic Silver adhesive au lieu des petit thermal pad fournis.
Robert_D@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/01/08
Cons: None

Pros: PriceCooling ability
Comment:
Put these on the Mosfets of my DFI B.I P35 T2RL. Installing them was easy, finished in just a few minutes. They seem to do the job well, because the PWM area is running cooler (while folding), and takes longer to warm up from boot. Not much else to say here, but I feel a lot better having those on the Mosfets than not. This review was modfied by poster @ 08-01-08 05:45 PM
Dead Things, Bearers of the Mighty Chalice@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/17/08
Cons: Only 10 in a pack

Pros: Excellent heat dissipationLook good
Comment:
I literally cannot say enough good things about these little mosfet heatsinks. It started with a Gigabyte P35-DS3L that was having a hard time dealing with the voltage requirements of a Pentium D 840. The mosfets on my first DS3L actually erupted into a ball of fire and the board had to be RMA'd. When I got the replacement board, I was running into the same problem - the mosfets were too hot and the whole system was bogging down. It was significantly underperforming in FAH, for example, earning only about 200 PPD. I bought two kits of this for the DS3L, and since then, the mosfets are now adequately cooled, and my system is now functioning properly as an 800 PPD folding machine. Since then, I have put these on every single board I've worked on. The only gripe I have with them is that there is only 10 in a pack. So far, I have worked on only one mobo (the ASUS P5KPL-VM) that has had fewer than 10 mosfets, so chances are you will need more than one package for a single board. Other than that, I would describe these little heatsinks as a Godsend.
nicholaelaw@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/29/08
Cons: Attaching requires patience and delicacy

Pros: Good if you use aftermarket chipset cooling and the mosfets got naked.
Comment:
Got these for my new 780i motherboard. I'm planning watercooling so I need these to cover the mosfets surrounding the CPU socket. They work as they supposed to, but you need to be patient and delicate when handling these things. They are tiny and the thermal tapes come separately. So you have to attach the thermal tape to the heatsink yourself and then attach it/them to the mosfet. Comes with extra five thermal tapes in case you screw up a little, which is very nice.
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Product Specifications

 
Compatibility: Mosfet
Heatsink Dimensions: 6.5 (L) x6.5 (W) x12 (H) mm
Features: Compatible with all the Motherboards Pure forged copper Easy installation by using 3M 8815 Thermal Tape Multipack - Ten (10) piece set
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