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barrredboss 11th December 2008 01:07 PM

12 inch wide heatsink
by february i will have an 11-12" wide heatsink die made and it will be about 2" tall fins Im wondering how much interest there will be in this

Tea-Bag 11th December 2008 01:48 PM

Funny, I emailed you a few minutes ago.
There is a group buy going on For several Pass Amplifiers.
Although this is a huge diy, it looks like it could dissapate some serious heat. 2" I think is key here.
:hot: :hot:

Here are the group buys. I believe as a 'seller' you can post there.
People are looking for a group buy price.

I suggest you send me a few samples of the new ones, and I can test for ya.
Firstwatt F5 build.

Peter Daniel F3-F5 group buy build.

:clown: :clown: :clown: :clown: :) :clown: :clown:

AndrewT 12th December 2008 12:53 PM

that sounds like a good heatsink.
What thicknesses are the various components?
What is the Rth s-a for a 6inch length.

When they become available, offer them in the traders section.

I would expect many in the US to be interested in 2inch, 3inch, 4inch and 6inch lengths.

Is there a cheap way to get them to Europe?

barrredboss 12th December 2008 01:14 PM

12" wide heatsink
Thanks for the input so far it is really helping ill sell these sinks cheaper than any competitor .ill post more when i know more about final dimensions and the date the first run is off the press

Tea-Bag 4th January 2009 11:02 PM

Any more news on this?

Have you decided on dimensions?

Geek 5th January 2009 02:34 AM

I'm game for this too :)


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