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Old 13th July 2004, 14:45   #1
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Would it do any good to saw line's in a heatsink, can't explain it in ENG so will make a pic

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just wondering if it would perform better and,... i shall write an howto if it does cause i'm a bit bored today
 
Old 13th July 2004, 14:53   #2
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it would increase surface area, but I don't think you would gain more than 2c.
 
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I don't think it will give any advantage at all in my humble opinion.
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Old 15th July 2004, 00:17   #5
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I think it will ... when air is blown upon the heatsink it will be able to go to any side it chooses, thus making the contact-area bigger and prolly better cooling
but indeed don't think more than 2C decrease
 
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will do it tomorow, HS is removed already and maybe i will lap it but it's allu so don't think it will be that nacesary (or how you write it )

pic's will come
 
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Old 17th July 2004, 18:27   #8
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haven't got the time jet, mowing the garden and stuff :x

but,...tomorow it's sunday so i will be bored if i don't do something fast :x
 
Old 18th July 2004, 12:18   #9
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your saw must be smaller than the fins of the heatsink. For a bigger surface.

But when you put a fan on it my whole theorie makes no sense
Because I don't know how the air will move between the heatsink
 
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your saw must be smaller than the fins of the heatsink. For a bigger surface.

explain?

didn't saw already, some friends came over to say hello :|

well, i'm gonna do a fresh install without the sawing and sjeck temp, and write a whole report with a "before and after" thingie :x

of it's b0rked i'll have to buy a new one and then i'm ****ed, or i'll mod an old AMD XP HS so i can use that one.
 
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