Two of my chips in my G5 have a copper casing that came free from the 3rd party I bought them from. Are you saying that's all it will need? I got the feeling that this was a bit more of a custom type of heatsink?<br><br>
Loc: United States
Not sure since I haven't seen the new G5 chips in person, so it's possible Apple took it to the next level - which they usually tend to do and with great success. Excluding, of course, the recent 'liquid-cooling' setup in newer G5's...<br> <br>I'm just informing carp that heatsinks & memory chips have been associated with each other long before Apple decided to hop on board. <br><br><br><br>
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