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Enzatech BMR-C1

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Overall 10
10

Nice little heatsinks

Anonymous, Newegg
3 September 2014
  • Pros: works very well. Look just like the pictures and came packaged better than I expected.
  • Cons: not cheaper. but they are copper so can't complain to much
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Overall 10
10

Very Nice heatsinks

Teka C., Newegg
18 April 2014
  • Summary: Only stick-on heatsinks I've ever bought that didn't fall off eventually. Everything about these is great, from the quality of the heatsink itself, to the thermal pads, and heck even the packaging is top notch.
  • Pros: Great heatsinks. I bought these to cool the VRM chips on my motherboard. They do the job well. The thermal adhesive on these is the best I've ever seen, hands down.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

Fits the job exactly as needed.

Cassandra R., Newegg
26 October 2013
  • Summary: If only they came with taller heights like that of the full length VRM solutions for specific boards such as the MST-66/88. The dimensions however were an exact fit for the VRM clusters on a Gigabyte 880GMA-USB3 v3.1 motherboard.
  • Pros: - Adheres strongly without coming off providing the surface areas are properly cleaned prior to application and then heat cycled after. - The Thermal tape comes already applied for an effort free application. - Copper being soft as it is was a breeze to reshape 2 pins due to blocking a CPU power connection clip.
  • Cons: None that I can foresee really. They are heatsinks and serve the purpose compared to not having them in the first place.
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Overall 6
6.0

meh...

Brian S., Newegg
26 July 2013
  • Summary: I've noted some temp data Prior to these heat sinks my idle temps were 58 °C VGA, 39 CPU, & 36 MB. Under load the temps were 88 VGA, 50 CPU, & 41 MB. After sticking them to various components my temps read the same at idle and under load my CPU was 2 degrees lower while my VGA was 2 warmer and my MB was 1 warmer. I attached the heat sinks to my VGA and MD, which both increased in heat, but my CPU dropped in temp!? Science is working against me. I don't understand.
  • Pros: meh... just an observation
  • Cons: meh... just an observation
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Overall 10
10

KOOOL

Paul H., Newegg
7 December 2012
  • Summary: I used these to complete "The MOD", like at overclock net. An Antec H2O 620 pulls my GTX560TI GPU down to the 50s C with OC and full load.
  • Pros: Good looking, effective, and easy to install. Sticks well.
  • Cons: n/a
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Overall 10
10

Perfect

Tom L., Newegg
7 December 2012
  • Summary: If they work this good on FB-DIMMS they will probably do a tremendous job on a Video Card Memory part
  • Pros: Excellent and it comes with Thermal Tape which i didn't see in it's description. I used these to cool the FB-DIMMS in my Mac Pro which tend to run hot. and they dropped the temp by a 25 degrees. I am pleased beyond words
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

Awesome little sinks

Tristan C., Newegg
29 March 2012
  • Summary: I got several packages of these for memory and VRM cooling on my 2 HD4870s when I moved them to water cooling. They definitely move a lot of heat, you can feel them getting warm when they cards are under load. My cards used to suffer crashes related to overheated VRMS, but they have been completely solid since the upgrade. I was also happy that these taller version ram sinks fit under my water block's barbs without needing to bend the fins out of the way.
  • Pros: Economical, can be used in a variety of places, very sturdy hold with the default thermal tape, but gives you the option of removing them later (compared to thermal epoxy). They seem quite effective at sucking heat off of whatever they're attached to.
  • Cons: None that I can think of.
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Overall 10
10

cooling

Douglas W., Newegg
27 June 2011
  • Summary: needed to bring my number 2 gpu down about 15Degrees worked great
  • Pros: heavy, and tall work great on cooling lower gpu
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

DeadlyRed

Kyle F., Newegg
27 March 2011
  • Summary: Fits perfectly in the router, fit perfect in between my two 5770s in crossfire (put these on the bottom card). Will probably be buying more just to have on hand.
  • Pros: Solidly built, as to expected with forged copper. Tape is pretty sticky, I haven't had any fall off. I'm using 4 of these to cool the radio cards and cpu on a NETGEAR WNDR3300 router, along with a 60mm fan. Keeps them from overheating/dropping off. I used the other 4 on my video card RAM, and it seems to be doing well there also (Not that I had any problems before.) Great product for the price.
  • Cons: Wish there were more to a package (10-12) but hey, I knew what I was buying, and it's not dropping an egg for it.
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Overall 10
10

Great little heat sinks

Qingchuan L., Newegg
31 January 2011
  • Pros: Great little heatsinks for cooling the VRM on my HD 4890. I got an aftermarket cooler that didn't cover the VRM and my card was roasting alive. These come with high quality thermal tape too.
  • Cons: A bit more expensive than your standard ram sink.
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