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First let me apolgize on another "thermal paste thread" but I hadn't had any luck searching so here I am. A good friend of mine hooked me up with a syringe of Shin-Etsu G-751. From what I've read online it rated in the top5 TIM's available right now. I'm going to be using this on my used H50 which I believe comes stock with Shin-Etsu paste, not sure if it's the G751 stuff thu. Now I was hoping someone here has some experience w/ this paste and possibly using it on a quad core chip with a h50. From what I've read, the paste is pretty thick so they recommend running the syringe under hot water for a minute or two before applying. Now with this particular stuff, Is the pea size drop in the middle than compress with cooler more efficient or spreading thinly across the chip? Any advise is appreciated and will rep!
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From the pressure of the mount from the H50 will squeeze the paste across the CPU.

I made a decent line down the CPU. I use the same paste
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The Shin-Etsu thats already on the H50 is better than the G-751, it's Shin-Etsu X23-7783D, the only thing better would be Indigo Xtreme.
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The Shin-Etsu thats already on the H50 is better than the G-751, it's Shin-Etsu X23-7783D, the only thing better would be Indigo Xtreme.


Not offending, just curious to see where you got it from.
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First let me apolgize on another "thermal paste thread" but I hadn't had any luck searching so here I am. A good friend of mine hooked me up with a syringe of Shin-Etsu G-751. From what I've read online it rated in the top5 TIM's available right now. I'm going to be using this on my used H50 which I believe comes stock with Shin-Etsu paste, not sure if it's the G751 stuff thu. Now I was hoping someone here has some experience w/ this paste and possibly using it on a quad core chip with a h50. From what I've read, the paste is pretty thick so they recommend running the syringe under hot water for a minute or two before applying. Now with this particular stuff, Is the pea size drop in the middle than compress with cooler more efficient or spreading thinly across the chip? Any advise is appreciated and will rep!
I use this stuff and basically i have found the best way to apply this is to do a really thin line, then seat the processor. Thats my method with this particular TIM that has worked well for me.

Example: http://www.arcticsilver.com/intel_ap...n_method.html#
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Not offending, just curious to see where you got it from.
    
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Lol, who do you think you're talking to? I'm the one showing that graph to everyone.

I meant where did you get the info from that the paste on there really is X23-7783D or Shin-Etsu in general?
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Lol, who do you think you're talking to? I'm the one showing that graph to everyone.

I meant where did you get the info from that the paste on there really is X23-7783D or Shin-Etsu in general?
That chart is all based on Shin-Etsu pastes.
http://www.microsi.com/packaging/thermal_grease.htm
http://www.microsi.com/packaging/the..._x23-7783d.htm
    
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I'm asking how do you know the H50 has stock Shin-Etsu X23-7783D paste? Where did you get that info from?
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I'm asking how do you know the H50 has stock Shin-Etsu X23-7783D paste? Where did you get that info from?
Common knowledge.
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Important update: First Corsair confirmed it was indeed Shin-Etsu thermal grease, then MicroSi, confirmed it was the X23-7783D thermal grease. This means that cleaning, and reapplying of a different thermal grease is actually worse then using the stock thermal paste on the Corsair H50.
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