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Old 8th June 2002, 15:37   #1
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I just bought a Tt crystal orb en I wanted to put it on my graphics card.
But there are no holes in the card, so should I use the thermal-pad, or ASIII combined with some sort of super glue...

Give me you ideas....

You can answer in dutch if you want..
 
Old 8th June 2002, 15:39   #2
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Wrong forum dude
 
Old 8th June 2002, 16:06   #3
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If you have the money buy AS thermal adhesive
of not, do like you've mentioned : ASIII + glue
 
Old 8th June 2002, 16:13   #4
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What kind of glue??
Pattex super glue, or....
I also read that AS Adhesive conducts electricity...How do I use it safely??
 
Old 8th June 2002, 16:22   #5
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superglue+ASIII

4 drops of superglue on the corners of the core, and ASIII in the middle. Don't mix them to much, if you do, it seems to be an even more stonger glue, and you won't get it off that quickly anymore
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Old 8th June 2002, 16:58   #6
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Tnx
 
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or asa + as3 in the center
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or asa + as3 in the center
talking about overkill asa all the way then!

the glue+ASIII combo is for ppl with no asa in stock, and if you do it correctly, this combo is beter then asa
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Old 8th June 2002, 21:12   #9
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I know, but I don't want to mess my Graka up...
so, I'd rather go for the glue + ASIII

btw: ASa is quite expensive, I'll go for the glue if you don't mind
 
Old 8th June 2002, 21:13   #10
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If the crystal orb dies and needs to be removed, how will the superglue at the corners of the core be removed? I heard somewhere that tossing the whole thing into a freezer will make it easy to pop off. Is this true? or is something like acetone or paint thinner needed?
 
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