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Old 30th November 2003, 13:07   #21
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AS5 spreading out using bankcard, room/environment temp calibrated at 30C, system was shut down twice every day to let the paste "cool" down.

Load Averages:
day1: 36.7C -- Max temp: 38C
day2: 36.4C -- Max temp: 37C
day3: 36C -- Max temp: 37C

Testing now with Arctic's methods, blob of AS5 in the middle and letting the heatsink spread it out.
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interesting...!
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test over 24 hours, full stressed, 2 shutdowns of 10min, temps are no different from the other method at this time. and the margin of error is within 0.5C.

On to the CoolerMaster Premium, that stuff is hard to spread out! ended up using the same "dot in the middle" method, much easier and same effect!
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CM Premium:
DAY1 36.9C -- Max temp: 38C
DAY2 36.4C -- Max temp: 37C
DAY3 36.1C -- Max temp: 37C

must be said though, that this is a load average, with fluctuations, I will include max reached temps for each day also,
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On to the CoolerMaster Premium, that stuff is hard to spread out! ended up using the same "dot in the middle" method, much easier and same effect!
I spilled a full (!!) tube trying to apply that stuff and ended up shaking and shivering. After the shaking stopped I used the good ol' asIII...
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use the blob in the middle method, fast & effective, as you can see by the results, it equals AS5 performance
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AS5:
day1: 36.7C -- Max temp: 38C
day2: 36.4C -- Max temp: 37C
day3: 36C -- Max temp: 37C

CM Premium:
DAY1 36.9C -- Max temp: 38C
DAY2 36.4C -- Max temp: 37C
DAY3 36.1C -- Max temp: 37C
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how big should that blob be?


they're equal if we see the results...
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hard to put in words, so I have taken pictures of the blob, before & after, you can see it spread out very neatly all over the core. online soon

btw AS3 is performing far from bad either, hovering around 6-7C over environment temperature.
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DAY1: 36.8C -- Max temp: 38C
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