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TIM, shin-etsu for Corsair H60?

post #1 of 8
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I'm wondering, whats a good TIM to use on the H60? I recently took my H60 off and I lost a lot of its current TIM, didn't mean to, and now I don't know what to replace it with. I herd a lot of people talk about Shin Estu(spelling?)? but I don't know where to get it, or what version since apparently there's more than one kind. The only stuff I have currently have is arctic silver 5, which I really don't want to use again and plus, its five years old lol.
Edited by konoii - 8/5/11 at 10:55pm
post #2 of 8
If you have a MicroCenter near by. You can pick up some Shin.
http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0314829

or you can buy some from SVC
http://www.svc.com/g-751.html
post #3 of 8
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http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g8/c...nds-Page1.html

Which one is better to get, the 0.5g or the 1g? Would I even need 1g?
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Originally Posted by konoii View Post
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g8/c...nds-Page1.html

Which one is better to get, the 0.5g or the 1g? Would I even need 1g?
tbh. might as well get like 2 1g syringes.
i like to have one or two laying around just in case.
i've gotten like 3-4 uses out of my 1g syringe.
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tbh. might as well get like 2 1g syringes.
i like to have one or two laying around just in case.
i've gotten like 3-4 uses out of my 1g syringe.
Ah, was wondering because shipping for one tube is $8.33, so any amount of money saved is welcomed lol. Would 0.5g be enough for 1-2 uses?
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Ah, was wondering because shipping for one tube is $8.33, so any amount of money saved is welcomed lol. Would 0.5g be enough for 1-2 uses?
I would assume so. If you buy from SVC instead of FrozenCPU, they offer free shipping.
Not to mention, SVC is out of Cali and FrozenCPU is out of NY. You would get it much quicker if you ordered from SVC. That's why I recommended it. While SVC doesn't offer X23, G-751 is just as good.
post #7 of 8
Hmm thought corsair uses a good Tim from the box
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Originally Posted by konoii View Post
I'm wondering, whats a good TIM to use on the H60? I recently took my H60 off and I lost a lot of its current TIM, didn't mean to, and now I don't know what to replace it with. I herd a lot of people talk about Shin Estu(spelling?)? but I don't know where to get it, or what version since apparently there's more than one kind. The only stuff I have currently have is arctic silver 5, which I really don't want to use again and plus, its five years old lol.
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Hmm thought corsair uses a good Tim from the box
Make sure you read the OP.
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