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Thermal Paste

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Assassin48, May 31, 2009.

  1. Assassin48 New Member

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    I have this problem that when im about to do a dry ice run or fitting my waterblock back againg i seem to be out of Thermal Paste.

    Now i want to find were can i buy a box of thermal paste or a giant tube of it
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    what's your favorite.?
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    right now I have been using mx-2
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    EAT PASTE! PASTE PASTE PASTE!

    Anyway... Arctic Silver has Ceramique in an OEM tube somewhere... not sure where... its like... oh its bigger than the stuff that you get with HSFs.
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    sweet, i'll get a tube to... i looked but didn't see that amout... vcool
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    is it a good deal?
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    I have heard that MX-2 will actually decrease temps by 2-3 C over AC Silver 5. Is this true? ..or is it all bs.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    assuming you apply it correctly, true.

    AS5 is rather outdated - of course someone came up with something better in however many years AS5 has been on the market.

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