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IC Diamond is great! Make sure you use the method listed on their website as it has a special application. There's a 10 min drying time before mounting.

I tried PK-3, Shin Etsu G751, and IC Diamond and they all got me the same temps...
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After the TIM has had time to spread, I'm running at 85 degrees under the same settings in prime95 as before. IC diamond definitely worked for me.
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