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the same thing here im not getting powder out of this XD

I am going to try lapp my heat sink for the optiplex and look around in parts box's for the right size fan to help with air flow
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Here's an idea from left field....get some of the below and grind it to a fine powder.


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SUPERB-RARE-SMALL-SHUNGITE-TUMBLESTONE-CONTAINS-FULLERENES-app-1-9-cms-4-38-gms-/290975127250?_trksid=p2054897.l4275

It says it contains fullerene which is another name for buckyballs which are spheres of graphene which will conduct heat in any orientation.

I've no idea at what concentration they are present in there...may be too full of other stuff to conduct well.....but if you could somehow extract the fullerene....thinking.gif
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