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Originally Posted by dominique120;12022623 
So you think there will be no difference?

Nope, I don't think you'll notice the difference between all of the various brands.

The only thing I would say is, some dry out and some don't, whereas some are harder to remove than others in this sense. I use Ceramique from Radio Shack and I also use Tuniq TX-3; neither are better than the other despite what reviews you might have seen. redface.gif

As long as they're all applied very sparingly, and properly - they'll all work as expected.
    
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the thermaltake tg-1 is a rebranded AS5. Well it certainly seems so to me. hope that helps. So, in a sense, it's good, but requires the typical AS5 protocol before optimal efficiency.

Also, OCZ freeze is some good stuff. Worth it, but if you got TG-1 free, then by all means my friend!
Edited by hollowtek - 1/15/11 at 3:00pm
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