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New Heatsinks - PCstats.com New Heatsinks
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Intricast has gotten around to making what looks like some really sweet heat sinks for those flat chipsets (LX, BX, Video card etc.). No more will you have to rely on that badly designed OEM heat sink attached to your BX, LX or PCI chipset, no, now you have choice!
Or as they say, "removeable heatsinks for Ball Grid Array packages. We have available 27mm, 35mm, 40mm and 45 mm. Our patented adjustable spring clip will hold the heat sink in place." They even have an integrated fan/heatsink for these same chipsets at only 9mm high (for that snazy video card maybe?).
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