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Old 25th August 2007, 14:43   #1
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Default Coollaboratory Liquid Pro Thermal Compound Review

Overall the Liquid Pro from Coollaboratory did not gave me the results I desired and expected to see. Not only was installation tricky, it also took me quite some time to remove the stuff from both my processor and my cooler. Liquid Pro costs around 7 euro's for a syringe, but their newer Liquid metal pads only cost 5 euros a piece, or 8 euros for 3 of them. If you plan on installing your cooler only once and you want the best heat conductivity, I suggest you go with their Liquid metal pads.

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