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Old 17th July 2003, 15:23   #1
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Teus Tests 9 different Thermal Compound Pastes, and before turning completely MAD, he finished this article



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the layer of paste can be a bit thinner/thicker, the heat sink mounted a bit different and so on. The layer of paste was always about the same and the heat sink was always mounted and cleaned in the same way. Also ambient changes, so I had a hard time to get my ambient about 23°. I tried my best to make the results comparable, but I'm not God after all...
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Great article.

Convinced me of sticking ( ) to AS III though.
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Old 22nd July 2003, 14:44   #3
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nice stuff. always use that coolermaster stuff when assembling pc's for clients. had no idea it performed that well
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http://www.thecrucible.ca/reviews/thermal/

for a second opinion
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Anyone has a guide on howto apply this stuff? I'm a total noob in this area
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at the websites of each product is pretty good guide,

AMD:
put a small dot in the middle of the core, spread it out with a bank card, so that it is evenly divided over the core

INTEL:
small dot in the middle of the IHS, install the heatsink, done.
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