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Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Compound

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by t_ski, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. t_ski

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    Id like to see this compared to Arctic Silver MX-2 compound and the liquid thermal compound. Thickness being what it is, its probably more of a hassle to spread.
     
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    If you stick the tube in a glass of hot water, that may thin it out. Works well with AS5.
     
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    im really interested in seeing a full review of all the best thermal compounds that are available to use. something like a 2008 review of what choices we have and how they compare side by side.
     
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    Actually, all I had to do was put a small drop in the center of the chipset core or the CPU IHS and mount the heatsink. There was no spreading involved - pressure does all the work. In fact, it's even easier than making the thin line across the cores with AS5.
     
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    Ski if that chipset is still togeather can you put a 40 cm fan on it & add results in ...for the Noctua tim
     
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    Not at the moment. I have another heatsink that covers up the NB.
     
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    NO prob.. was just a thought as most peeps add more cooling to the nb on that MB ..would be interesting to see the end result;)
     

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