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Old 5th August 2006, 15:39   #1
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Default Battle of the Goop - Thermal Paste Comparison

Today we take a look at 4 of the top thermal interface compounds from Arctic Silver, Shin-Etsu and Coollaboratory to find out if there are benefits to be had by switching your goop!


Quite a difference, but not worth switching out your thermal paste for in my humble opinion; if your CPU needs to be 5C "cooler" in order to work correctly, something else is up. If however you are building a new system, that Coollaboraty Liquid Pro does look interesting; anybody seen tests on how it does over time? Would it evaporize/harden/... ?
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Old 5th August 2006, 16:19   #2
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I've seen testing where MX-1 was able to beat AS5 by a few degrees.

MX1 has the bonuses of being non-conudctive and non-capacitve, easier to apply, ok for aluminium parts and it hardens out so it remains good for years.
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