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[FS]BRAND NEW Vantec Copper BGA Heatsinks

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by MTL, Jun 1, 2006.

  1. MTL New Member

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    For sale is a BRAND NEW never before opened package of Vantec Iceberq BGA heatsinks for video card ram modules. The come complete with thermal tape and they are made of heavy-duty copper which is the best thing out there for heat disapation.

    I bought these for my video card but I have since bought a case fan to blow directly onto the video ram.

    You can benefit from my mistake.

    Price is $15.00 USD with FREE SHIPPING anywhere in North America
    I will set shipping at $4.00 USD for all of Europe.

    As you can see I am selling them for the price I paid but I am taking a loss on the Free Shipping:
    http://www.chiefvalue.com/product/productdetails.aspx?submit=&item=35-110-108&ATTCooling%20Device%20RAM%20H

    Here is an "official" picture to show that they are unopened:

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    I would put these towards that video card but I just took a look in my case and lo and behold my system builder snuck a 350W PS in there. Grrrrrr.....no power connector!!!!
     
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    You could just put the RAMsinks on and have the case fan blowing on the VGA RAM for extreme cooling ;).
     
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    Yes, but I have found that I have pushed that poor DDR to its limit. Even with the fan blowing I was only able to increase it 10 more Mhz. The Hynix modules are rated to 500mhz....I have them pushed to 625
     
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    Bump on this one.
     
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    I would by it...but there's a store that sells those for $9.99 5 minutes away from me. Sorry... those are good though...you should just try putting 'em on. Your graphics card will look cooler at least.
     

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