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Originally Posted by funkycasey
I wonder if that liquid metal stuff works...? Supposed to be better than AS5, but my opinion is that if you have a good heatsink, it really doesn't matter THAT much...unless it's like plastic between cpu and heatsink, lol. also, that liquid metal rips holes in aluminum heatsinks, so probably not a good idea...just throwing it out there, lol
Yeah, we are all still wondering about it. i was going to but I dont know If I want to anymore. As long as i can keep my GPU temp in the low-40*C on load then I'm fine
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post #22 of 49
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I wonder if that liquid metal stuff works...? Supposed to be better than AS5, but my opinion is that if you have a good heatsink, it really doesn't matter THAT much...unless it's like plastic between cpu and heatsink, lol. also, that liquid metal rips holes in aluminum heatsinks, so probably not a good idea...just throwing it out there, lol
Ya I was jsut wondering if anyone picked any of that 20$ stuff that stays liquid. Only draw back is that you need a pure copper heatsink.
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Yeah, we are all still wondering about it. i was going to but I dont know If I want to anymore. As long as i can keep my GPU temp in the low-40*C on load then I'm fine
Yeah.

Oh, i was wondering....the heat spreaders on P4 cpu's...what are they made of?
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ny 3000+ xp with stock speeds, stock hsf and no thermal paste never passes 45 and idles at around 34. before i removed the stock burned paste, i saw temerature imrpovements
post #25 of 49
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Originally Posted by wudaddy
After applying Ceramique, the paste will harden and bond more tightly between the core and the heatsink, where as in AS5 is a more liquid type of paste and is much easier to clean off, but doesn't do as good a job as ceramique.
That's incorrect. For water and air cooling, AS5 has superior thermal properties. The only reason ceramique was even developed was because AS5 breaks down at -50 C. Ceramique breaks down at -150 Celsius.

Thermal Resistance: <0.0045°C-in2/Watt (0.001 inch layer) AS5

Thermal Resistance: <0.007°C-in2/Watt AS Ceramique
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cowboyzkickazz - why do you have binary code in your sig? lol wuts that specific combination? i did a little java programming this year as an elective... but its nothing like binary code. whats it say.. or do i mean? (that particular combination) lol
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post #27 of 49
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Originally Posted by funkycasey
I wonder if that liquid metal stuff works...? Supposed to be better than AS5, but my opinion is that if you have a good heatsink, it really doesn't matter THAT much...unless it's like plastic between cpu and heatsink, lol. also, that liquid metal rips holes in aluminum heatsinks, so probably not a good idea...just throwing it out there, lol
It is corosive to aluminum, and is fully conductive and should be used very carefully. Nothing like getting it on a circuit and shorting you system out
    
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It is corosive to aluminum, and is fully conductive and should be used very carefully. Nothing like getting it on a circuit and shorting you system out
Yes, with the eating aluminum and being conductive with electricity properties, I think AS5 is still the best, lol.
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post #29 of 49
yes AS5 is the best
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post #30 of 49
I need to find my AS5 tube... I want to apply it to my 7600GT. I already idle at 46 and load at 61, I want Sub 60 degree loads with the stock HS/F!
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