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My guess is that this might be using the same 'application technique' that many of the GPU manufacturers practice where you end up having to scrape the thermal paste off with a spoon there is so much.
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Reg hardware article about the same thing
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has anyone tried using none?
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Originally Posted by jstupiansky View Post
Yeah, funny thing...it doesn't. It's almost like a slap in the face, saying "there's a better structure, but you can't have it."
Sounds like IBM...

What Steve? You want 3ghz? For how much?
BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Give us a call back when you can actually pay for our hardware...

Apple moves to Intel...
IBM releases Power6 @4.7ghz...
Steve dies a little inside...
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has anyone tried using none?
yeah, cpu gets very hot...
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has anyone tried using none?
I don't know about anyone here, but i found this interesting vid today.

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Not really, but if you can lap both to a mirror finish, sometimes you don't even need TIM because they're both so flat. TheInformationator had a video showing an example.

Linky and it's near the end.
He is at 33C in the bios, and his Big Typhoon is not using any TIM, and it isn't even secured.

I thought that was pretty cool.
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has anyone tried using none?
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I don't know about anyone here, but i found this interesting vid today.



He is at 33C in the bios, and his Big Typhoon is not using any TIM, and it isn't even secured.

I thought that was pretty cool.
He is here.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-air-coo...ml#post1659689
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