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Ive poped a link to Skinnee Labs in my previous post so you can compare the various TIMs.
I popped over skineelabs before making the thread, I would love to try the indigo extreme and see how it does on my system, unfortunatly not available in the UK.

What about Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra? For now it does seem that I may likely go for the x23-7783D but I might also get another just to do some comparisons.
Edited by munaim1 - 6/7/11 at 4:42pm
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If you're not going for xtreme (pun intended) phase cooling, get the shin-etsu. If you are though, the indigo xtreme has much higher thermal conductivity, which can only be taken advantage of by xtreme cooling, like phase change or ln2 or dice.
Link: http://skinneelabs.com/indigo-xtreme/3/

Edit: The liquid ultra will have similar performance to indigo xtreme, but the xtreme performs a little bit better.


Edited by gregory121295 - 6/7/11 at 4:46pm
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If you're not going for xtreme (pun intended) phase cooling, get the shin-etsu. If you are though, the indigo xtreme has much higher thermal conductivity, which can only be taken advantage of by xtreme cooling, like phase change or ln2 or dice.
Link: http://skinneelabs.com/indigo-xtreme/3/

Edit: The liquid ultra will have similar performance to indigo xtreme.
thanks for the info +rep

okay I guess I'm going for the shin etsu X23-7783D

Anyone care to comment on the Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra?
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Here's a thread on shin etsu and others vs liquid ultra: http://translate.google.com/translat...st&sl=ru&tl=en
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The Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra is very similar to the Indigo Xtreme, but the Indigo will perform slightly better. As others have said, I would just go with the Shin-Etsu that you picked, as it is fine.
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Alright guys thanks for all the help. +rep all around.

I've gone with the 7783D shin etsu. Thanks again
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Good luck with your new TIM..!
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Good luck with your new TIM..!
thanks, will be nice to see how it does compared to my ic7.

EDIT: damn it the x23-7783D is not available in the UK, looks like I'll be ordering the 7762 instead. Cup of hot water should help with application if needed.

EDIT 2: Ended up ordering the Shinetsu X23-7762 and my trusted IC7 again. Will do comparisons when I get my mobo back.
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thanks, will be nice to see how it does compared to my ic7.

EDIT: damn it the x23-7783D is not available in the UK, looks like I'll be ordering the 7762 instead. Cup of hot water should help with application if needed.

EDIT 2: Ended up ordering the Shinetsu X23-7762 and my trusted IC7 again. Will do comparisons when I get my mobo back.
Have fun and pls report back with how it goes
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Indigo Extreme (not available in the UK anywhere)
Orly?

Indigo Xtreme Found the link on Indigo's website.
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