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Tuniq thermal paste

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My new Tuniq Tower just arrived from FrozenCPU. I have an abundance of AS5. Anybody with a TT done any experimenting to find out whether AS5 or the paste that Sunbeam includes is the better TIM?
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I think a guy on this forum did an extensive test w/ different pastes. It turned out that the thermal paste that he made at home (dunno how) proved to be the best... this is from an old memory, so don't bet on it.

Anyways.... to my knowledge, AS5 is probably the best or one of the best thermal paste yet. It's been proven over and over again, used by millions of oc'ers, so I'd just forget about all else and stick w/ Arctic.
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yeah, my friend uses as5 with his processor and gets like 33 idle and doesent go over 45. Also too many good reviews to be a bad product.
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I would say, use the paste on there, if you don't like it you can always change it, you can never get that past on there back.
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