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Originally Posted by solar0987;12605407 
lol at as5 being junk you my friend are very wrong
just cause its old doesnt make it bad.....
its still top dog biggrin.gif
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Sunday, 14 June 2009

Some people don't like to let their stuff go out with time. It is a good backup paste though, if you run out of the better paste though.
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ok in conclusion im gonna leave it alone and mount it up, secondly kinda off topic but my vid card (sapphire 6950) is it worth adding better heat sink compund to that because i hear they run a bit warm, i already unlocked it so its more or less a 6970 but ive yet to put it under load
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post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by KILLER_K;12605442 
Sunday, 14 June 2009

Some people don't like to let their stuff go out with time. It is a good backup paste though, if you run out of the better paste though.

can you provide a better/ newer review of them?
cause unless you actually have proof then its a no go most company's dont change paste over time they stay the same all the pastes tested there are out today.
Edited by solar0987 - 3/4/11 at 12:08am
post #14 of 16
All the top paste are within 1-2c of each other. That includes AS5. It really doesn't matter. Put it on right and have a good heat sink is what really matters. Please not this again.
post #15 of 16
I'm pretty sure the best paste you can get is the IC7 Diamond or whatever it's called, but that stuff isn't cheap (15 dollars for a really small tube, around 5 applications or so). The H70 paste is really good so if you do plan on changing it or when you take the cooler off after mounting it, you could get some new paste.
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Well, from what I have seen, AS5 has gone from a good paste to an everyday generic paste that performs well. (Not because AS5 went bad, just because other pastes outperforming it therefore ranking above it.)

Its like a 'normal' paste these days.

I'd suggest keep the normal paste on.
    
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