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Old 19 November 2009, 08:29   #9
Nikolaj_sofus
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Originally Posted by kixs View Post
My A1200 is overheating too. It takes around 30-45min of game playing to start developing some artifacts on the screen. It takes a bit longer to crash the game. I opened the case and played like that for hours without any problems. Alice gets really hot. Other chips only lightly warm to the touch. But when the case is closed the underside of the case gets hot, not only under Alice chip but like half of the motherboard - heat spreads unbelievably. Because only Alice gets really hot, I'll put one heat sink on it - will have to customize it with a pile to fit in.
I bought some selfsticking copper vga ram heatsinks and put four of them on the alice chip (right about covers it)

haven't done much testing yet, but i had it up running for about 2-3 hours now without problems.

The heatsinks does actually get pretty warm.

The good thing about the vga ram heatsinks, is that they are only 5 mm high, so no need of modification.
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