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 Post subject: Has anyone tried Panasonic Heatsink sheets?
PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2003 3:26 pm 
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Panasonic Heatsink Sheets

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PGS (Pyrolytic Graphite Sheet) is a heat sink sheet with high thermal conductivity and high flexibility. PGS is made of graphite with a structure that is close to a single crystal. This is achieved by highly-oriented polymer film sheet, a process which has never been implemented before.


Could this be used in one of those rubber boxes as heatsinks?


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what so you'd just cut it to size and stick on a HDD enclosure etc with thermal adhestive? cool!

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 Post subject: Re: Has anyone tried Panasonic Heatsink sheets?
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Well, the lil buggers sure aren't cheap...

60mm x 90mm -- $30
90mm x 125mm -- $58
125mm x 180mm -- $105



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- be nice to have a pic of 'em though

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 Post subject: Re: Has anyone tried Panasonic Heatsink sheets?
PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2003 9:46 pm 
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JarsOfFart wrote:
Could this be used in one of those rubber boxes as heatsinks?


Yeah, that'd be great stuff to use. It's more conductive than copper and flexible (no vibes transmitted) too. And thin enough (0.1mm) to kinda act like a heat pipe to the outside of the rubber box. It's pretty expensive though. Maybe a few strips of aluminum foil might work as a ghetto substitute?

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Ghetto?! You could spend thousands covering a drive at those prices!

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too few characters?


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TheMuffinMan wrote:
Ghetto?! You could spend thousands covering a drive at those prices!


I wasn't calling the graphite sheets ghetto. I was calling aluminum foil a ghetto substitute!

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why not use roofing lead
it's flexible and should conduct heat - has anyone tried?


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I'm not 100% sure, but I think those things work are flat heatsinks as, not just for transfering heat to a sink, prob thanks to massive surface area becasue of crystal structure on a tiny scale.

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