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Directions for Heat Sink?

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Post time 2015-8-13 06:25:29 | Show all posts
doubleatheman replied at 2015-8-11 15:19
I got this, It may not fully cover the cpu, but I think it will be better than not having a heat sin ...

I believe the bigger one is the exact size of the H3. And the price is very nice I got a 5 pieces set from eBay with heatsinks that were 14x14x10, but I am hundreds of miles away from home again and I do not have the link here. The whole set cost between $1 and $2. I got a couple other sets too, but they were all still on the mail when I left, so I can't comment on any. Some people say the only true solution is to add a cooler too, and perhaps they are right, but the heatsink alone should at least lessen the problem. That is what I am counting on anyway Please leave your impressions after adding the heatsink.

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Post time 2015-8-16 06:52:40 | Show all posts
Edited by KY69 at 2015-8-15 19:56

Came back home today and found one of the heatsink sets and the thermal adhesives in the mail. Cleaned the surfaces, attached the heatsink, but still getting CPU3 killed during boot

/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp and /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone1/temp do seem to be 3 or 4°C cooler though, but apparently not enough.




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Post time 2015-8-16 11:51:33 | Show all posts
here's my temporary solution.

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Post time 2015-8-16 13:04:53 | Show all posts


Here is my temporary solution lol. Just a washer and some themral paste under it with a zip tie.  And a small USB fan on the side. Its keeping things below 55*C. My better heat sinks and a fan for the rPi (compatible with orange pi) are in themail.

I have set the CPU cores to the 1.53ghz max (The image I was using was limiting the freq to 1.2ghz untill I swapped out the Uimage file I was using, to get rid of Budget_cooling (others on these forums have mentioned how to do that.)

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Post time 2015-8-16 16:15:57 | Show all posts
Using the fan is essential. Heatsink allone wont help much.


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Post time 2015-8-17 06:06:14 | Show all posts
Edited by doubleatheman at 2015-8-17 06:13



I'm using a fan (Its a usb fan off on the side; my other photo didnt show it). I have a fan and Heat sink in the mail that looks just like yours.

Fan ($2.30) http://www.aliexpress.com/item/R ... rt/32437330273.html
HS ($0.50) http://www.aliexpress.com/item/1 ... nk/32325757526.html

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Post time 2015-9-23 04:56:52 | Show all posts
magicse replied at 2015-8-13 06:04
My experiments with heat thinks ))
1  Copper Heat Sink from Raspberry Pi. Size Dimensions 14x12x5.5m ...

The big one its not a good idea,soc and ram is not on same high

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Post time 2015-9-23 05:01:12 | Show all posts
heatsink from rasp is ok but next move is smal fan with airflow pipe

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Post time 2015-9-25 04:00:49 | Show all posts
Script for cpu temp reading
for launch in terminal : sh temp.sh

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