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post #1 of 8
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Hi all

As you can see at the left, I live a poor little country called Belgium and that new TX-4 isn't available in EU...even in the rest of the world: it's very very hard to find.

But i did it : Amazon.com $15, unfortunately they don't want to ship to my country I can't complete my order

So, I'm wondering if someone living in the US could make me a favor:

Buying me a TX-4 tube and send it to me by mail.
I will pay $30 with Paypal to the hypothetic gentle person, so the rest of the money would be a reward.
You can't imagine how an Overclocker like me could be happy with that s*** on his CPU/GPU

Thx in advance
Edited by SebesT - 3/6/11 at 4:46pm
    
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USPS charges 30$ for international postage
UPS is over 100
FedEx does not offer. I dunno if that will help anyone who might be able to do this I don't. think its worth it tbh
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Thanks a lot.
I will wait this product to be imported in EU then...
    
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Ususally what I do for international shipping is US postage, find out what company is selling it, and see if they offer that for shipping methods or just see if you can get them to mail it to you.

As long as it fits in the small pre-determined packages, they ship for very cheap.

This has generally been US -> Canada though for me, so not sure about over seas.

Amazon is just picky re: any electronic related item.

But I will warn you, the USPC takes about a good 1-2 months to ship.
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Honestly it seems like a pretty big hassle for something that you won't see a HUGE difference from. I'd personally go with something easier to get your hands on like below. They're all rated about the same in this article: http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...&limitstart=12



I'm personally using Shin-Etsu X23 which can be found at a few reputable online retailers such as Frozencpu.com. (http://www.frozencpu.com/products/89...l=c127s846b162)

Just my 2

Edit: LOL, I just realized Frozencpu also has your tuniq for 12 dollars. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...tl=c127s690b35 I'm pretty sure they ship internationally, no?
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post #6 of 8
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Thanks al lot guys !

I know that 80 thermal paste huge test very well but it's not talking about TX-4, but TX-3
Actually TX-4 seems to be much more efficient that TX-3... so....

Anyway, i will try, order almost done , thx FrozenCPu, thanks HAF_wit (+rep)
Edited by SebesT - 3/7/11 at 10:42am
    
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Honestly what has done it for me with the couple thermal pastes I've used so far, its how they apply, I find there are ones that are alot pickier in how you apply them, thicker ones that don't spread as easily etc.
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post #8 of 8
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For me that's not important at all, as I do not apply th. paste everyday.

But... i use my CPU and GPU's everyday. So I prefer performance from far.

I always did applied thermal greases with fingers !

That's the best way to apply i ever tested. (much less paste, and good "touch" control of the thickness) And it works with all kinds of viscosity.
You just need a little bit training (not forcing too much, just caressing the paste from center of IHS to borders).
    
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