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Ceramic heatsinks for back of videocard PCB?

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Since ceramic heatsinks aren't electrically conductive wouldn't it be possible to use an electrically non-conductive thermal epoxy to attach them to the rear of a videocard PCB anywhere there's substantial heat output?
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It would be possible, yes.
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It would be possible, yes.

Do you think it be worthwhile to try?
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