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New thermal paste?

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http://www.frozencpu.com/thr-26.html?id=9qUUJQpu
Looks interesting i think i may just try this out, maybe AS5 has met its match
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does thermal paste go hard after a while, on the cpu?
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Was posted a couple days ago.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Negotiator
does thermal paste go hard after a while, on the cpu?
Yes thermal Compound Does change and does go more solid.
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