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Old 23 December 2009, 09:34   #1
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Cooler for 68060

I try cooler from 486 and it is small, I try cooler from pentium and it is big. I had cooler from PC and it is match some years ago. I do not want glue cooler. Any tips?
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Old 23 December 2009, 09:37   #2
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A thin layer of heat transfer compound in the middle, a drop of superglue in each corner.

It will come loose if you bump it, but when it's on the desk, everything will stay put.

It's going to be difficult to find a suitable heatsink in 2009.
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I do not want glue cooler. Any tips?
Search for: "High temperature double sided tape"
Or you can use "RTV silicone"
Cyanoacrylate glue,s like super glue, is not ok for reduction and increase temperature
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Old 23 December 2009, 10:58   #4
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Or you can use "RTV silicone"
Isn't that used for gasket replacement in engines.. Are you sure it conducts heat and doesn't insulate it instead?

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Cyanoacrylate glue,s like super glue, is not ok for reduction and increase temperature
That's why I recommended heat transfer paste in the middle to conduct the heat, and just drops of cyanoacrylate in the corners to keep the heat sink in place...?
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RTV is like normal silicone but for HT,can using with a little piece on the center,and press,,or little on the 4 points corners.
Super glue is easy to broke (crack) coz is hard like glass and not ok for contraction - expansion (dunnot exactly the name in english..)
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If you do use the superglue approach, use the gel based stuff, when you try to drop a drip onto a corner, invariably you get more than needed and it can overflow onto the pins, not such a problem at the time, but try to get the 68060 off the board afterwards. Perhaps an alternative may be to use the HT silicon on the corners and plenty of heat transfer compount everywhere else? There may also be double-sided tape that transfers heat. If you're after heatsinks, I have shitloads, in all sizes.

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