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So my original processor is going to be used,
1) Should I buy from newegg the remover and another as5 ?
2) Whats the difference between the Tuniq and Thermaltake, I will be using the evga 680i A1 Motherboard, im looking to overclock my E6600 to 3.6.

Thanks if Anyone can answer my questions.

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anyone able to help ?
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anyone able to help ?
25 minutes? Thats not being very patient

Yeah, buy some Arctic Cleaner and maybe explor different TIMs such as the MX-2 as many of them are getting 1-2*C and they don't require burn in times.

As for TT vs TRUE:
Better preformance TRUE
Better Price TT

If anything there is a 1-3*C difference between them. Check some threads around the site and you'll find many comparisons.

Hope I could help
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Tuniq is superior to thermaltake anything. But TRUE is better then tuniq. All you need is isopropyl alcohol to clean off the old tim, and the kit on newegg is a rip off. There are several new options for tim, but as5 and mx2 are readily available. 3.6 should be easy with a tuniq
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ok thanks guys
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