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Dual Cooling Fan with Heatsink For Raspberry Pi 2/3 Model B/B+/NESPi+

SKU PIS-0987

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This heatsink is high-speed yet low noise and includes a heat sink. 3M thermal tape is included to help ensure efficient and swift cooling of the processor. We tested this heatsink on the Raspberry Pi ourselves, and it passed our test! It's ideal for your Raspberry Pi 3 Model B as it was designed to be compatible with the most popular cases. We know this will bring you a fantastic user experience. 

Note: Please put the heat sink (with adhesive paper) to in the position shown above. Be sure to leave room for the GPIO, and keep the heat sink away from the capacitor.

Features

  • Easy to install
  • Fast heat dissipation
  • 2 x silent fan
  • 1 x copper heatsink for RAM
  • Smooth and straight aluminium material
  • 3M tape makes install easier
  • Ultimate cooling fan kit for Raspberry Pi 3/2/B+
  • Reduce heat by up to 20 degrees

Technical Specification

  • Dimensions: 56mm x 25mm x 20mm
  • Weight: 0.5g
  • Battery
  • Test Environment Temperature: 26.8°C
  • Hardware Environment: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  • TF card: 8GB Class 10
  • Software Environment: Raspbian (OS)
  • Testing Softwares: Vcgencmd measure_temp ,sysbench
  • Testing Hardware's Freq: 1200MHz
  • Testing Time: 10 minutes
  • Result
    • Without Heatsink: 83.5°C
    • With heatsink: 77°C
    • Dual Fans with heatsink: 62°C

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07/14/2019
Mr C.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Cooling nicely

Works perfectly on Pi3 and with a little fiddling on Pi4 to get temperatures down by 5-10 degrees