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post #21 of 27
http://www.sas.org/engineerByMaterial.html


Fun list of materials and there themal properties. I recomend you try and use a douglas fur for a heatsink

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post #22 of 27
interesting, i suppose its the cost of silver that prevents widespread use then?
i like that list
    
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post #23 of 27
Strange...I thought that gold and platinum were better conductors than copper - and pure silver beats them all? Perhaps it's oxidation that limits the conductivity of silver and copper.
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post #24 of 27
grrr I dont understand that list lol hmm concrete interesting lol looking for a material that is naturally cold right?
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post #25 of 27
Purified synthetic diamond heatsink... now that WOULD be t3h pr0n...

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post #26 of 27
this pretty much sums up what metals transfer the best in a nice neet little list.

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""Diamond (2300 W/mK)
Pyrolytic Graphite (1950 W/mK)
Silver (429 W/mK),
Pure Copper (401 W/mK), and
Pure Aluminum (237 W/mK).
The first two are cost and geometrically prohibitive and are thus not candidates that will be looked at. Alloys of silver, aluminum and copper will always have a lower thermal conductivity than their pure counterparts, and often have thermal conductivities much lower. Thus it is very important to use pure metals! I.E. 6061 aluminum alloy will perform much worse than pure aluminum.""

http://episteme.arstechnica.com/6/ub...85&m=106091502
post #27 of 27
pure material is dangerous and dont you want to use a material thats both temp conductive and naturally cold or is it the same?
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