- COB LED Heat Sink
- SMD LED Heat Sink
- Lighting Housing
- Commercial LCD Display
raspberry pi model b simple zero cost heat sink
This is a simple Raspberry Pi Zero cost radiator that you can make with the material you can easily find. Lets start.
We need it: very easy.
Place the aluminum plate on the Raspberry skin as much as possible and hold it tightly with rubber hair.
You can also use a zipper tie.
I used my old Raspberry Pi Model B and its memory piled up above the core cpu so I could cool both models.
To test the temperature, I used Openelec for about 60 minutes with Raspberry Pi and downloaded apps, streaming videos and listening to music.
The results are as follows: if you are going to overclock your Pi, just buy a few radiators and they cost about 1-2 euros each. Have fun.