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noone in the UK I guess as ocuk ordered 20, I bought 1, and they still have 19 in stock....rolleyes.gif

I wish... you would of posted this sooner as I ordered some CLU from amazon and used that on my bare die mount and the temp difference on the T-Grizzly compared to CLU has got my underpants in a twist. Keep thinking of offering a delid service as I have a delid mate tool thingy, I can even glue the IHS back on if the customer wants.
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I'm thinking this is marketing propaganda with this thermal paste. I'm finally going to pick myself up some CLU for the first time and all my research leads me to believe that gallium, which is liquid at room temp, is the best thermal conductivity you can really get for a thermal paste. Yes, silver is way better but what, they crushed silver and made silver powder and introduced that into gallium?

I'll stick to CLU.
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I'm thinking this is marketing propaganda with this thermal paste. I'm finally going to pick myself up some CLU for the first time and all my research leads me to believe that gallium, which is liquid at room temp, is the best thermal conductivity you can really get for a thermal paste. Yes, silver is way better but what, they crushed silver and made silver powder and introduced that into gallium?

I'll stick to CLU.

Logically you would have to try both to disprove that also this TIM is new so you wouldn't have found much info on it. I'll pick up a tube and see if there is much difference between them.
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Why are they comparing it to regular tims ? Comparing it to CLU/CLP wont match up ? biggrin.gif
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Why are they comparing it to regular tims ? Comparing it to CLU/CLP wont match up ? biggrin.gif

I know right. I only care if it performs better than the existing liquid metals.
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post #16 of 150
Wonder if its any better then indigo xtreme
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I know right. I only care if it performs better than the existing liquid metals.

I personally only care and/or will purchase if it for sure lasts longer without aging out like coolabs.. Arctic Mx-4 claims 8 yrs if it lasts 3 without a freshening up that is great , there is no reason a metal tim should really ever break down or perform more than a few degrees worse over time & that aint always the case with clu/ clu pro unfortunately
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I personally only care and/or will purchase if it for sure lasts longer without aging out like coolabs.. Arctic Mx-4 claims 8 yrs if it lasts 3 without a freshening up that is great , there is no reason a metal tim should really ever break down or perform more than a few degrees worse over time & that aint always the case with clu/ clu pro unfortunately

As far as I know CL ultra doesn't suffer from drying out like CLPro.
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I personally only care and/or will purchase if it for sure lasts longer without aging out like coolabs.. Arctic Mx-4 claims 8 yrs if it lasts 3 without a freshening up that is great , there is no reason a metal tim should really ever break down or perform more than a few degrees worse over time & that aint always the case with clu/ clu pro unfortunately

I've had CLU in many systems for many years, never had degraded performance or any drying out.
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post #20 of 150
gladd i found this thread , i started a thread on this very same tim , and when someone uses this stuff please post , over the average paste its almost 10x better , im fairly new to this but do alot of reading for the first time i see the term "clu" what is that stand for im sure its simple , thanks
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