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What thermal paste do you use for Phase Change? DICE/LN2?

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If your cooling solution gets the CPU between -60 to -80C, are there certain thermal pastes that can handle this, can all of them handle this, do you use none at all?

And would you say you use less than is normally needed for say conventional liquid or air cooling?
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Thermal Grizzly is pretty much the best stuff you can get for subzero

Though I will use MX4 as Grizzly is expensive and I can't afford to waste a lot of it, so MX4 is a good alternative for the pre testing stage or when your perhaps working out how your components react under cold for the first time.
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