> On 2016-08-26, at 17:45, vossi <email@example.com> wrote: > > A few days ago I finished my replacement board with a 6567 for the broken > 6566 in my MAX - and it works without any problems! > I built it on a prototype-pcb because I only need one board. It fits > directly in the metal-cage of the vic, but you have to leave it open. The > 6567 has no cooling now - but I don't use my MAX for long game sessions with > radar rat race ;) Do the chips stand-out above the cage rim? Things to consider: - bring it to the level of the cage rim and use thin thermoconducting foil/paste instead of the copper spring lever - bring it below the cage rim and use thermoconducting foam of appropriate thickness To achieve that one can consider building the PCB with low-profile, through-hole sockets for example. This might be difficult with prototyping boards though. -- SD! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-26 20:00:34
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