Ramcool Chip Heatsinks

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    face=Tahoma><STRONG>CHIPSINK</STRONG> ?makes its family of Chipsink heat
    dissipators more complete with the addition of two new models designed
    specifically for the most demanding clients. In fact in addition to the already
    noteworthy PLL and MOSFET Chipsinks, they have created:<BR><BR><B>South
    Sink</B>: heat dissipator in black anodized aluminum with a thermally conductive
    adhesive specially studied for cooling the Southbridge chip. Its notable
    dimensions assure efficient thermal dissipation even in operating conditions
    beyond its specifications. The compact design allows for easy installation among
    the components of the motherboard.<BR><BR><B>micro Sink</B>: heat dissipator in
    black anodized aluminum with a multi-purpose thermally conductive adhesive. It
    can only be utilized to cool the MOSFET of small chips or can be used to make up
    a larger sized dissipator, if in a modular structure, to be used on chips that
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