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I wouldn't ever heat my amd cpu that high running, but all you gotta do is heat the TIM right?

Why not drain your W/C and just funnel some 85-90C water into the CPU block? Keeping the hoses elevated to avoid leakage of course. That way the block + TIM get hot without cooking the cpu as badly.
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I'll just call it a waste of $20 and go with Shin Etsu... Too bad their can of compound costs $2,199.
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Sounds like a bad idea.

Whatever thermal paste company thought this up, should be on trial for treason against the PC user, facing the gas chamber.
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Originally Posted by Mit Namso View Post
Sounds like a bad idea.

Whatever thermal paste company thought this up, should be on trial for treason against the PC user, facing the gas chamber.
I am not so sure. The product does work. Plenty of testing and reviews to that effect. It's just the process required to properly install it that's a problem.

Ironically, last night I was looking for reviews on the Gentle Typhoons and I came across this site that started a thread on them when they were first coming out (2008?). Most of the posters then simply spoke negatively about them. Now, almost everyone agrees that they are the fans to have for specific applications. They are the fans of choice for water coolers. The problem was that there was a world shortage of these fans so ppl spoke badly about then and the manufacturing. I think this TIM has a similar fate. I think that a new application method needs to be developed.
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