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GELID Launches HeatPhase Ultra, a Phase Changing Thermal Interface Material

Space Lynx

Oct 17, 2014
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Just because it sounds appealing to you doesn’t meant everyone else wants the same :) I have no interest in sheets because I don’t make a mess lol.

its true, i am just projecting. i should have worded it better, I just am trying to share my experience in life, and that is I felt I wasted too much of it on tinkering with my hobbies. i mean it didn't get me anywhere in life. i should have focused on that first. i hope its not too late.

im just bummed out, did 8 hour in person job interview last week, and they decided not to hire me. im burned out and im tired.
Feb 24, 2020
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3rd world sh1thole, AKA italy
System Name AMDream v2.6.2
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D+TechN AM4, CO-30 all cores
Motherboard Asus Prime B550-Plus w. PCIe USB 3.0/3.1 case connectors card
Cooling 2x240 slim rads, 1x420mm slim rad, 4xEK Vardar Evo RGB, stock case fans
Memory 2x8GB RGB+2x8GB non-RGB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3600 CL16
Video Card(s) AMD Radeon RX 7900XT Reference+Alphacool waterblock+Kryosheet
Storage 2TB SK Hynix Platinum P41+Eluteng NVMe heatsink
Display(s) Xiaomi Mi 2k Gaming Monitor 27” (1440p165 IPS)+VESA arm
Case Lian Li Lancool III White ARGB
Audio Device(s) Creative Inspire P380
Power Supply Seasonic Focus GX-850
Mouse Steelseries Rival original (white), Steelseries Qck+ mousepad
Keyboard Arealer Roarer with white pudding keycaps (Long Hua blue switches)
Software Windows 11 Pro
fair. I just am not even interested, Thermal Grizzly Kryosheet is no mess, can use it for the rest of my life, and literally same temps as paste, maybe 1 celsius warmer, big whoop imo.

Honestly they shouldn't even make paste or liquid metal or phase change anymore, Kryosheet is all anyone needs, and no I am not paid by thermal grizzly to advertise, I just don't understand why anyone would want the mess for basically no gain that matters.

that being said I do think liquid metal is still important for laptops and ps5's. condensed form factors do benefit from liquid metal at least. just not big rigs like we use
Kryosheet is THE thermal pad for GPUs, especially watercooled RDNA3s. My 7900xt went from a 30ºC GPU-hotspot delta with the waterblock’s stock Alphacool Subzero (after 3 months of use) to 12-15°C with the Kryosheet.