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Old 6th September 2003, 16:27   #1
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Default Nanotherm - Beat the Heat

Liquid3D has written an indepth view at the current "Thermal Paste" - market and compares Nanotherm's products to those of Artic in this fine article.



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HEAT = DEATH. The number one cause of performance degradation and product failure is poor heat dissipation. ESG Assoc. or Nanotherm has but one goal, to engineer the most effective thermal transfer products available.

In this review we will show you the difference between Artic Silver 3, Artic Alumina, Nanotherm Blue, Nanotherm Silver XTC, and finally Nanotherm PCM+.
http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=98
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Where can i get the "nanotherm pcb+" ? & @ what price ?
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I cant find on the site how the shop works.
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http://www.the-shop.be/htmlshop/?pag...e12d5c1a2229db
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dutchmode : ik bedoel kan werkwijze van de winkel niet terug vinden
hoe als partikulier te bestellen / kosten bestellingen / mogelijkheid afhaling enz
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mail the owner of dz shop
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ok i will - but think its very unproffesional of them
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for 15 he comes to your house, but it'll be possible to send the tube to you by regular post
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tha's more expensive than sending a package from germany "onder rembours"
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