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Old 5th January 2006, 01:33   #1
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Default Thermal Paste Roundup: AS5 vs MX1 vs CM Prem

These pastes were tested:

- Arctic Cooling MX1
- Arctic Silver AS 5
- Arctic Silver Ceramique
- Coolermaster CM Premium (Ptk-001)
- Titanium Nano Blue
- Coollaboratories liquid metal

On this sytem:

- Abit AG8 - 3 RD Eye
- Pentium 4 - 630
- Speeze EE507B7 ChillMax

the results are interesting... or not at all depending on what interests you

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Old 5th January 2006, 01:52   #2
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the results of the liquid metal look


want to test it, too bad I got an alu heatsink
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Old 5th January 2006, 09:44   #3
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no burn in time, which is required for all pastes, so the results are not real world ones
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no burn in time, which is required for all pastes, so the results are not real world ones
yes they are for overclockers. Most ppl don't have time to let there thermal past burn in after they apllied there heatsink.
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Maybe if you shuffle your heatsinks and CPUS all the time, but a lot of users just want good thermal paste because it's still a quite cheap way of reducing temps.
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Rutar, feel free to do some tests?
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Old 5th January 2006, 12:52   #7
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the way that liquid metal performs without burn-in (dunno if it needs a burn-in) cant be beaten be the other thermal pastes, even with burn-in.

BTW, burn-in is overrated I think? Got CM premium here and I don't notice a difference between fresh applied thermal paste or the one that is on the cpu for more then a year
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2-3C is overrated after burn-in

but when the margin between the pastes is 1-2C.. it might be something to test after all.

and how long will that Liquid Metal work?
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Old 5th January 2006, 13:49   #9
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Considering the materials used in it, probably forever.
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Considering the materials used in it, probably forever.
till it has found his way true your IHS I guess.
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