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  1. marvelous211

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    Thermal Tape

    Sekisui thermal tape. Works great for ramsinks, chipsets, mosfets, video cards, LEDs etc... makes a strong non-permanent bond. thermalright, coolermaster, and others use the same tape on their heatsink products.

    Thickness 0.14 mm
    Thermal Resistance @ 45C Rja (oC/W)
    Thermal Conductivity 1,24 W/m*K
    (Thinner the adhesive usually equates better conductivity)
    JIS holding performance (0.4 mm)
    Acrylic based non-woven fabric
    COLOR ~ Translucent
    ROHS and SGS certified

    I personally use these on the backside of my video card with cut up heatsinks and it dropped my temps by 5 C. Cools my mosfets as well.

    4 strips of 8"x1". $3.25 shipped first class envelope.

    6 strips of 8"x1" $4 shipped first class envelope.

    I take paypal or cash.

    I ship world wide for these. Add $ 1 anywhere in the world. I'm in the US.

    http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=3656

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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Might be good to have just in case, ygpm.
     
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    How thick is the stuff?
     
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    Thermal Resistance @ 45C Rja (oC/W)

    Thickness 0.001377949" or 35micrometers or 0.035mm.
     
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    Payment sent for the 6pack. :toast:
     
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    I'll take one of the $3 ones...
     
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    drop me a PM for paypal address.
     
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    pmd for the rest of the 6 strips of 8"x1"
     
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    Interested in the 8inch pack, drop me a pm with price and shipping to my region in my information.
    Also pp address
     
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    I have salvaged the 8x1 4 packs to make more 6 strip packs since it's popular. I will see if I can get some more.
     
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    Are you serious? You sure that's not .350mm? A piece of paper is .100mm and a plastic sandwich bag is .070mm. That's some seriously thin stuff. :confused:
     
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    Yes I'm sure it's .035 mm It is thinner than a plastic sandwich bag. Thinner the better. Same as thermal paste. You want a very thin layer not goop of paste.

    This thermal tape is highly praised by the overclocking community. You can't go wrong with this thermal tape. It sticks seemingly forever so well that you can hold your card by the ramsinks and they won't come off. They however will come off if you need to take off the ramsinks with just a small bit of prying. You will not be sorry with this thermal tape.
     
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    I'll take a big pack. PM me your paypal addy.
     
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    Thats what i though, i bought a couple to. :p
    Also give me a hit on heatware i am under douglatins too
    http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=67524
     
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    I can vouch for how well it holds. I bought some swiftech copper ram sinks waaay back in the day and was using the tape that came with them. I placed the sinks on my card and while gaming kept hearing a thud sound from my case. The sinks were falling off my card as they warmed up. I found some of this tape on ebay and used it. I have never had that problem again. Matter of fact my ram sinks have been on my card for over 1 year now with no problems. I also had some on another card in my sons gaming rig and when I upgraded the gpu I noticed it took some prying/twisting to get the sinks off. This stuff is GREAT!!
     
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    I got some more in today.
     
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    is there too many zeros there?
     
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    here is the answer....

     
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    0.14 mm then.
     
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    Il take 6 strips of the 8" ones... PM sent
     
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    I knew it. I'm in for 6 of the 8". paypal?
     
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    I got the info from somewhere else... hehe.. Thanks for info btw MKmods... Yours is being dropped off in the mailbox after I finish typing this..

    Paypal address is same as my heatware address.

    I do not want post here since I probably will get SPAM..
     
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    Ur welcome, thanks for the good service...
     

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