How to choose a cost-effective electronic radiator

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The types of electronic heat sinks can be roughly divided into: aluminum profile heat sinks, plug-in heat sinks, high-density tooth heat sinks, combination heat sinks, sheet heat sinks, shell heat sinks, shovel tooth heat sinks, water-cooled heat sinks, heat pipe heat sinks, etc.
When the user's heat dissipation needs are relatively high, aluminum profile heat sinks or shovel tooth heat sinks should be selected. This is because aluminum profile heat sinks are integrally extruded in the process, with a very fast heat conduction rate and minimal heat attenuation. However, many aluminum profile heat sinks may not exactly meet the user's electronic device space planning, so they need to be selected according to the manual and then processed and manufactured through milling and other means.
When the user's heat dissipation needs are not very high and the device installation space needs to be planned, they can choose plug-in heat sinks or combination heat sinks. These electronic heat sinks can be processed according to the user's CAD drawing requirements to achieve the required external dimensions and processes. Currently, most plug-in heat sinks can also achieve high-power heat dissipation needs, and their external dimensions are very flexible.
When the user's heat dissipation needs reach a higher level, high-power electronic heat sink products such as high-density tooth heat sinks or water-cooled heat sinks should be considered. As the name suggests, high-density tooth heat sinks have a very large tooth density (tooth spacing), and their high teeth and thick substrate invisibly increase the heat dissipation area by several times. When used in conjunction with fans, the heat dissipation effect is more significant, and water-cooled heat sinks provide a more effective electrical heat dissipation solution, It can be divided into contact type and non-contact type: it can allow the fluid to directly contact electronic devices to take away heat, or the devices can be attached to the surface of the water-cooled radiator to allow the internal water circulation system to take away heat.