|12th August 2008, 06:58 PM||#11|
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: San Jose
Re: Conrad Heatsinks
Conrad products are well made, low cost, and have a powder coated finish rather than anodized. The finish will stay black forever rather than aging to a blue color over time with high heat.
The heat sink is actually 350mmx151.5 rather than 151.1 as quoted earlier. The part number is MF35-151.5, and located at the bottom of this page: http://www.conradheatsinks.com/produ...at100_350.html
I'd call Conrad rather than emailing them for faster service. Shipment by Aussie Post took a week to get to California.
The Bergquist Silicone Elastomer pads are available from Digikey, and far better than mica and does not require any goop.
Good luck on your build,
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