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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2013, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by mindblowingj View Post

So today I bought myself some LET thinking it will be useful for a base coat for insulating my motherboard I'm thinking of doing cracks with vaseline and still using eraser for the CPU socket (if anyone has something to say about it please do !!), but then I went on reading the product's directives and noted the manufacturer rated it for -54 to 204 C. I'm thinking this is only meaning the tape is not guaranteed to be adhesive at this temprature, but do you this this giving me any issues ? precision: Ill be cooling with LN2 so yes the -50 mark is very far away from our -196 liquid drops falling onto it..

I've run full pot with LET for coating on the board, no cracking while running full pot for hours.
I've been using it more than dragon skin lately. The skin was good when running cpus that bugged at -125, but first time trying full pot with dragon skin, it was all cracked apart after the first bench session.

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