Overclockin.com heeft wat tips gepost over het koelen van je PII/PIII cache chips:
Well, Lazerus has come up with a great idea of how to do it. First, run down to your local hardware store (or maybe even just out to your garage) and pick up a set of feeler gauges. If you don't know what feeler gauges are, they are thin strips of metal that are marked with various thicknesses and are used to measure gaps between components (sparkplugs, valves, L2 cache, etc.). Here are a couple of pics of the gauges that Lazerus used (with a 486 included for scale):
Next, find the appropriate thickness feeler gauge for the gap between your processor's cache chips and the heatsink you are using. Just insert each strip until you find the one that fits the best. Once you have done that, cut the feeler gauge down to fit the cache chip and then put it on the cache chip with a little heatsink compound on each side. This should help conduct the heat away from those sensitive little cache chips. It is also a much easier solution than machining a spacer. Hope you like this tip and thanks again for the great info Lazerus.
Op een vergelijkbare wijze (trucje gejat van Tom) heb ik ooit twee gulden geļnvesteerd in m'n ouwe PII (de munten als warmtegeleider tussen cache chips en backplate).