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Unless you relid/delid that is. You'd really need CL Ultra (Easier to spread) by then
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Unless you relid/delid that is. You'd really need CL Ultra (Easier to spread) by then


This is very true, but I use AMD CPUs so HA! biggrin.gif

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I don't hear any comment about noctua NT-H1. I ve seen most charts have this Tim in first 5-6 places. So....it is really good?
And one last thing a little bit off topic...in the next 5 days I 'm gona receive the Corsair H110. This cooling has factory applied TIM.....your suggestions? Use as it is or replace with PK1/MX-2/noctua nt-h1?
Edited by jovanni - 8/27/13 at 5:35am
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I don't hear any comment about noctua NT-H1. I ve seen most charts have this Tim in first 5-6 places. So....it is really good?
And one last thing a little bit off topic...in the next 5 days I 'm gona receive the Corsair H110. This cooling has factory applied TIM.....your suggestions? Use as it is or replace with PK1/MX-2/noctua nt-h1?


What comparisons were those? It did fairly average according to this:
http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=11

And there have been much better thermal pastes released since then, as that review is pretty dated.

As to the corsair pre applied TIM, I'm unsure. Let's wait for someone with more experience with AIO CLCs!
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http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=71658
This test shows 3d place in air for noctua. That's why I ask. It seems nobody uses noctua....
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http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=71658
This test shows 3d place in air for noctua. That's why I ask. It seems nobody uses noctua....
Eh? The last time i check NT-H1 loses to the very well aged AS Ceramique and even that loses to the similar-priced Prolimatech PK-1 by a big margin, why pay the same for something that performs less than the best non-liquid metal that costs the same?

I would like to be enlightened. Because the last time i saw skinneelabs charts when it was still up PK-1 is simply the best of all non-liquid metal pastes with only the PK-2 and PK-3 in front but those are harder to apply wink.gif and more pricey
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Eh? The last time i check NT-H1 loses to the very well aged AS Ceramique and even that loses to the similar-priced Prolimatech PK-1 by a big margin, why pay the same for something that performs less than the best non-liquid metal that costs the same?

I would like to be enlightened. Because the last time i saw skinneelabs charts when it was still up PK-1 is simply the best of all non-liquid metal pastes with only the PK-2 and PK-3 in front but those are harder to apply wink.gif and more pricey
http://cdn.overclock.net/d/dd/dd1faaf2_1.jpeg
Another chart found in previous pages.....again noctua has good results.
Do you think that there not valid?
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http://cdn.overclock.net/d/dd/dd1faaf2_1.jpeg
Another chart found in previous pages.....again noctua has good results.
Do you think that there not valid?
It's simple you know why? That chart is very old.
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....and??? Old chart does not mean anything? The past of years made the TIMs better? Does the TIM manuf. change the chemical formula? All the top TIMs included on that charts....

What do believe and what not for TIMs, isn’t easy anyway.....
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....and??? Old chart does not mean anything? The past of years made the TIMs better? Does the TIM manuf. change the chemical formula? All the top TIMs included on that charts....

What do believe and what not for TIMs, isn’t easy anyway.....
Old chart means that the newer and better TIMs are not compared to making it look like a damn good TIM. Also, i said NT-H1 is hard to apply. And PK-1 is very easy to apply

Besides,
Top TIMs from when? Many years ago? Sorry mate. We're in 2013.
OLD CHARTS DONT MEAN ANYTHING NOW.
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