Summary: I applied these to an mk802iii PC I'm currently building. I removed the plastic case on the android stick and cleaned the processor, 4 GPU chips and ram with alcohol and stuck these guys on there. Even passively, (without airflow from a fan,) these things kept the stick cool over clocked.
Self adhesive and usable on small devices like NAS and Raspberry Pi devices
1 May 2013
Summary: Small, good heat transfers, good adhesive bond, small, efficient design and size. I bought these to use in my ZyXel NAS device which always had an over heating issue. The issue was corrected with removing the heat shield from the CPU in the NAS and adhering one of these on to the CPU.
Summary: I tried to use these on my video card ram, as I removed the ram sinks/fan assembly when I water cooled my system. I had to get additional thermal tape to make these stay on, as the video ram sinks point down (as most do). If they were stickier they would be great.
Summary: I bought these to stick on over heating switches. They were easy to use and self adhesive. The ones I received were aluminum finished not that it maters since no one can see them anyway. They seem to be working well and are designed well to have a lot of surface area for the size.
Summary: I got these hoping they would fit a Raspberry Pi. They fit perfectly. One thing to note that I didn't read was that the color can vary and silver is most common. I was disappointed at first since I see blue in all the pics but it's my fault for not reading.
Summary: I got two sets of these for the RAM on an nVidia 570 to go with the liquid cooling I installed on it. These stick well (an issue that I have had with other tape based heatsinks) and even come with some replacement thermal pads should the need arise.
Summary: Looks like they work great! I'm using these heat sinks for my Xbox 360 after having repaired a red ring of death. So far everything seems to be working just fine now. To fix my red ring of death are used these heat sinks, the penny trick, and the Q-tip trick.