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Thread: Turnigy HV Cooling Plate

  1. #1
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    Default Turnigy HV Cooling Plate

    Check it out....Fresh from the machine shop, second time around.

    Board has 3 coats of conformal coating. Need to order up some shrink tube to finish it.

    Ready for vaca on the lake.... T-minus 6 days and counting...
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    are you sure it will close again? I noticed that the top cover's holes
    are covered by the cooling plate.
    Looks good, let us know how it works...
    :::::::::::::::. It's NEVER fast enough! .:::::::::::::::

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    I did "sandwich" the plate with the cover and old heatsink. The bolt holes did line up, but I did not like the look. Going to shrink as is and run it that way.

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    same as the hacker cooling plate.
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