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Indium Thermal Pads?


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I get random emails from these shops and this one caught my interest. I did not know they made these. Anyone ever tried one?

 

 

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I have not used them personally, but it seems like overkill "IF" the rated specifications are true. You are also introducing 2 extra layers of thermal transfer. RAM IC > TIM > Indium pad > TIM > Heatsink. 

 

I wager it wouldn't be much better than using a really good 11 or 18w/mk pad that is the traditional RAM IC > Pad > Heatsink model.

 

It is a curious product though. It's liquid metal in a pliable solid format. 

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What I was thinking when I saw this...

 

Avacado going to use these on DDR5 experiment with 

 

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1 Heatsink (Because each batch of pure copper material is different, the appearance of the product may have color difference). Colour: copper color. Material: pure copper.

 

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