FrostyTech.com Heatsink Reviews and Analysis
      
TOP 5 Heat Sinks     TOP 5 Low Profile Heat Sinks     TOP 5 Liquid Coolers    
 Reviews + Articless     News     HSF Mfg's Index     Advanced Search    

Frostytech Makes the CopperSink
Frostytech Makes the CopperSink
  0%   
Abstract: Ever wanted a fully copper heatsink for your overclocking rig? We've got the Frosty CopperSink... This is a beast to be sure, so read more to find out how to get one for yourself.

 Company link  Category  Published  Author 
FrostyTech   Cooling / Heatsinks   May 09, 2000   Max Page  
Home > Reviews > Page Title: Let The Building Begin!

Step 1: cutting copper

The first task was to cut out the components from the two large sheets of copper. Fourteen fins of 50mm x 55mm were cut from the 1/32" sheet and one 50mm x 50mm base plate cut from the 1/4" slab. This took a while to do. The reason being, we used a coping saw, rather then a hack saw to do the cutting. The choice came down to one of more control over the cutting. I've often found it harder to cut straight lines with hack saws. As soon as they start to stray from the center line it's hard to get them back on track. A coping saw has a much smaller blade and can be manipulated much more easily. 

Cutting out the CopperSinkr components

Cutting the base plate from this 1/4" slab of copper took a while to accomplish with a coping saw. The resulting square of metal had good dimensions however.

The fourteen 1/32" fins were much easier to cut from this larger sheet of copper and only took an hour or so to extract. Ahhhh so much copper.....

The 1/32" pieces were destined to become the fins of our CopperSinkr . As we said, each of the 14 fins was cutout with the coping saw and tin snips. Tin snips alone caused too much distortion in the copper. This was very time consuming to do by hand, and used up a dozen or so blades, but resulted in superior dimensional results, and perfectly flat fins. So in the long run it saved some time and trouble.



 Previous Page °
° Next Page 

Table of Contents:

 1:  Frostytech Makes the CopperSink
 2: — Let The Building Begin!
 3:  Cutting fourteen fins
 4:  Fabricating fins...
 5:  Attaching the components
 6:  Clips and Conclusions

List all FrostyTech heat sinks that Frostytech tested?

Follow Frostytech on FacebookFrostytech News RSS FeedFollow frostytech on Twitter
Resources
° Got Feedback?
° Mk.II Test Platform
° Where To Buy?
° Manufacturer Index
° Industry Dir.
° Cooling Projects

Scythe Ninja 4 SCNH-4000 Heatsink Review

DeepCool Maelstrom 240 Liquid Cooling System Review

DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer K2 Heatsink Review

Gelid Antarctica Heatsink Review

Noctua NH-D9L 3U Low Noise Heatsink Review

BeQuiet Shadow Rock LP Heatsink Review
...More Articles >>




Websites you may also like:
PCSTATS

Google Search Frostytech

Time stamped: 8:36PM, 11.22.2017
In Case You Missed it...
°  Noctua NH-L12S Low-Profile cooler

°  Corsair's ML120 Pro RGB fans pair

°  Scythe Mugen 5 Rev B SCMG-5100 Heatsink Review

°  Samsung to continue adopting heat pipes for smartphones in 2018

°  be quiet! Dark Base 700 Case Review

°  Cooler Master MasterBox Pro 5 Revealed




FrostyTech.com
Since June 1999


Find a Heatsink / RSS Feeds
Latest Heatsink Reviews
Top 5 Heatsinks Tested
News RSS Feed
Reviews RSS Feed


Social Media
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest


FrostyTech.com Info
Feedback
Contact Us / Heatsink Submissions
Submit News
Legal
Suite 66
© Copyright 1999-2017 www.frostytech.com All Rights Reserved. Privacy policy and Terms of Use
Images © FrostyTech.com and may not be reproduced without express written permission.
Current students and faculty of accredited Universities may use Frostytech images in research papers and thesis, provided each image is attributed.