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I use Ceramique because a) it is cheaper, b) it works just as well as AS5, and c) it is not electrically conductive/ capacitative.
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Nice I have an almost full tube of ceramique
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i used as5(cured) and asc on my current setup and there my cpu ran only 1C cooler with the fully cured as5. ASC FTW
    
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