[Arm-netbook] Jetson TX1 Module

Christopher Havel laserhawk64 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 13 21:06:03 GMT 2015

Wax pad or cheap thermal gloop (please use at least the copper stuff, that
silicone gunk looks like it came out the wrong end of a pigeon!) to the
shell and blow some air across that shell.

My old ASUS 1000HE uses that exact method -- except that the shell is the
keyboard underlay and palmrest... it's thin sheet metal... might be a half
mm thick. Might. That and a 40x10 or 50x10 mm fan is all it ever needed.

Something like this barely needs a fan if at all, but (again) every little
bit helps -- what I'm picturing is something like 30x7mm in an external
housing that is both intake and exhaust -- just do the housing so that the
air gets direction. I'll do up a drawing later, I'm cutting a bolt with a
hacksaw right now and I'm almost done. Soon as I get the bolt off, fix the
motor it's holding together, and put it all back together I'll draw
something up, host it on Imgur, and throw a link up here. Shouldn't be too
long now...

On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 3:59 PM, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net
> wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 8:55 PM, Christopher Havel
> <laserhawk64 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Maybe I'm being a little dense but I don't get the graphite paper
> > reference/pun.
>  reference.  graphite is a heat conductor that's... i think it's
> something like over 100x more efficient than copper.  graphite paper
> is used as a heat spreader in mobile phones.  they simply lay it over
> the components and ensure it's also in good contact with the casework.
>  much less messy than thermal gel.
> l.
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