Hmm, I still remember my pentium ii laptop. I had to literally use ice cubes in a bag to prevent it from over heating. But for a laptop these days, just about any TIM that doesn't harden would do, that of course rules out thermal adhesives, and gallium based liquid metal. I've been using Ceramique 2 on my 2010 laptop for more than 2 years, it works fine, and so far is still in a semi liquid semi solid form I last checked. Only reason I used it was because I just bought it at the time.
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11/10/13 at 5:56pm