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Simple question actually, Which is best, the pre-applied Shin-Etsu on the H60 or IC Diamond 7 ?
    
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The pre-applied according to this. Unless there's another Shin-Etsu that I'm not aware of?
    
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Another Question, Do I need to leave the H60 running for a day or two to see any difference as it has first been started only this morning ?
    
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Not sure what you mean. Difference in the thermal paste performance?

Shin-Etsu doesn't have any curing time, so there shouldn't be much of a difference between hour 1 and hour 100.
    
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yeah, IC 7 is 2 hour curing time... I have it applied to my H100 and overclock temps are great... Sorry I can't compare or give you the results you asked for...
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If you're running an H60, I wouldn't be too worried about which type of TIM to use because it will mean a difference of 2 degrees at most. Not that much
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If you're running an H60, I wouldn't be too worried about which type of TIM to use because it will mean a difference of 2 degrees at most. Not that much
I agree, probably better off getting another fan for push/pull than worrying about TIM...
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I'm using my H60 in Push/Pull configuration already, I only want to get the best out of it
    
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post #9 of 9
The difference in temperature will be almost negligible. If you seated your cpu block properly with the pre-applied H60 TIM you should be good. Even if you did try the IC7 at best you'd probably see +/- .5-1 C change in temps. Probably not worth shelling out for a tube and the time and effort.
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