I have found myself a bag full of small heat sinks and thought i would put a couple on some of my hotter chips, on my ASUS A7V133.
Tried to find a double sided tape, that was also a thermal type but no luck
DON'T use the arctic silver epoxy. I used it to attach a water block to the northbridge. Came time to switch mobos, and was trying to gingerly get the waterblock off, i ripped the northbridge off the mobo. Use like four drops of superglue on the corners of the chip and some other thermal goop in the center. That will hold it on and allow you to get it off.
i use dunno's method. bit of arctic silver and superglue drops on the corners: it's always worked really well for me. i've got ramsinks on my geforce ddr and a small hsf on my clock generator that way.
Thanks for the replies,
I am going to opt for the "super glue" since i can get that eassier, as well as the artic silver 2.
I dont have any real hard heat issues, just a bag full of heat sinks and a modding fettish.