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New Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Meizuman, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. Meizuman

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    the problem with this stuff is that metal = conductive you get some on a pin or on a trace and your screwed :eek: :wtf:
    I wouldn't bother using something like that
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    I use MetalPad at the moment. Tried Zalman's newer STG2, that got some good reviews, but the MetalPad is a bit better. I've used some generic silver greases also, those are no good. And those are conductive too.

    For me, the pins are on the bottom and the heatspreader is on the top, no way I'll spread anything to places it doesn't belong... I see no problem. For the Liquid Pro, I see a problem because it can be spilled. For paste, no way to spill.

    EDIT: Technic 3D review (translate) Looks like this is kinda old news already, review dates at 26.01.2010
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    ac5 > all
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    That's simply not true any more. I've tested at least 5 different pastes recently that perform better, and are non conductive.

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