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    jstan - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    So.... I'm thinking about jumping on board the LED wagon. I've got a question though. Does anyone know how big (inches x inches or cm's x cm's) Cree LED'S are? With the star chip as well. Just want to see if they'll fit on the heat sink I already have, or I could put up a pic of the heat sink if that makes answering my question easier for anyone. Thanks.

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    what heatsink do you have? the reason I ask is because thats the spine of the build, if it does a poor job your risking $$
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    Mr. Microscope - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    With a star, Crees are approximately 20mm in diameter.

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