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Thanks alot for the REP man i been waitin forever just for atleast 1 rep point Thanks alot man i really appreciate it!!!
Oh...the nostalgia. It's coming back...
    
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just a little dab will work,i've done all my gpu's.and i use as5 so i have to be real careful.
Artic Silver 5 right? How much that run you and what kind of temp drops have you seen or noticed while using the AS5?

I only paid $13.99 for a small little jar of this Ultra Premium Thermal Paste its like a mini nail polish jar with a litle mini brush that looks just like a nail polish brush lol its funny!!!
    
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Wonder if any made a tutorial for this....:O someone should!
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Oh...the nostalgia. It's coming back...
Hahahah LoOoL!!!
    
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They make conductive thermal pastes?
Not anymore. But they did.
The so famous AS5 died because of that. It had 2 basic cons: highly conductive and long curing time (which isn't really a big deal)

This paste is still very useful for the preset days. Is till use it, but I know how to apply, and I always put into my mind: the less, the better
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Artic Silver 5 right? How much that run you and what kind of temp drops have you seen or noticed while using the AS5?

I only paid $13.99 for a small little jar of this Ultra Premium Thermal Paste its like a mini nail polish jar with a litle mini brush that looks just like a nail polish brush lol its funny!!!
here is what i paid for it:http://directron.com/35grams.html
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Artic Silver 5 right? How much that run you and what kind of temp drops have you seen or noticed while using the AS5?

I only paid $13.99 for a small little jar of this Ultra Premium Thermal Paste its like a mini nail polish jar with a litle mini brush that looks just like a nail polish brush lol its funny!!!
Compare AS5 with your current TIM, but remember the cons of AS5.
I also recommend you to check youtube for videos of different TIM applying methods.
Depends on the tim, processor/chip you are appying and heatsink solution


Specifications:
Thermal Conductance:
>350,000W/m2 °C (0.001 inch layer)
Thermal Resistance:
<0.0045°C-in2/Watt (0.001 inch layer)
Average Particle Size:
<0.49 microns <0.000020 inch
Extended Temperature Limits:
Peak: –50°C to >180°C Long-Term: –50°C to 130°C
Performance:
3 to 12 degrees centigrade lower CPU full load core temperatures than standard thermal compounds or thermal pads when measured with a calibrated thermal diode imbedded in the CPU core.
Coverage Area:
A 3.5 gram tube contains enough compound to cover at least 15 to 25 small CPU cores, or 6 to 10 large CPU cores, or 2 to 5 heat plates. At a layer 0.003" thick, the 3.5 gram tube will cover approximately 16 square inches.
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Not anymore. But they did.
The so famous AS5 died because of that. It had 2 basic cons: highly conductive and long curing time (which isn't really a big deal)

This paste is still very useful for the preset days. Is till use it, but I know how to apply, and I always put into my mind: the less, the better
same here
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Originally Posted by EduFurtado View Post
Not anymore. But they did.
The so famous AS5 died because of that. It had 2 basic cons: highly conductive and long curing time (which isn't really a big deal)

This paste is still very useful for the preset days. Is till use it, but I know how to apply, and I always put into my mind: the less, the better
Actually, wrong. It's information like this that scares people away.

http://www.arcticsilver.com/as5.htm

it specifically states that it is NOT conductive, but capacitive. Completely different, but still something to be aware of.
    
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Originally Posted by EduFurtado View Post
Compare AS5 with your current TIM, but remember the cons of AS5.
I also recommend you to check youtube for videos of different TIM applying methods.
Depends on the tim, processor/chip you are appying and heatsink solution


Specifications:
Thermal Conductance:
>350,000W/m2 °C (0.001 inch layer)
Thermal Resistance:
<0.0045°C-in2/Watt (0.001 inch layer)
Average Particle Size:
<0.49 microns <0.000020 inch
Extended Temperature Limits:
Peak: –50°C to >180°C Long-Term: –50°C to 130°C
Performance:
3 to 12 degrees centigrade lower CPU full load core temperatures than standard thermal compounds or thermal pads when measured with a calibrated thermal diode imbedded in the CPU core.
Coverage Area:
A 3.5 gram tube contains enough compound to cover at least 15 to 25 small CPU cores, or 6 to 10 large CPU cores, or 2 to 5 heat plates. At a layer 0.003" thick, the 3.5 gram tube will cover approximately 16 square inches.
Now thats some Nice Fine Smack my A$$ type of thermal paste Daaaaam!! LoOoL!!!
Edited by zothos - 2/24/11 at 11:29pm
    
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