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Sounds pretty yawn worthy from Intel, again. Rather than trying to hit 5GHz for no reason, I'd love to see mobile focus on some power efficiency.

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LM on all the models (Mostly) damn Asus, I want to see how will this pan out in the future.

Will it be a perfect application and we say goodbye to opening laptops for a TIM change?

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LM on all the models (Mostly) damn Asus, I want to see how will this pan out in the future.

Will it be a perfect application and we say goodbye to opening laptops for a TIM change?
It depend on how they inject the LM, but I would say production facility generally provide consistent result compared to DIYers so it will be generally good.

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LM on all the models (Mostly) damn Asus, I want to see how will this pan out in the future.

Will it be a perfect application and we say goodbye to opening laptops for a TIM change?
I hate this design, that touch screen takes away space for the perfect heatsink: a pan.

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LM has to be replaced over time as well I recall....and due to acids in it will corrode things always on a long range timing, isn't it?

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LM has to be replaced over time as well I recall....and due to acids in it will corrode things always on a long range timing, isn't it?
Depends on the surface, As I remember"Don't quote me on this" if you treat the surface before applying LM it can work optimally for a really long time.

But the main problem is if uneducated buyers open it and replace the thermal paste and they didn't know it was conductive or didn't know how liquidy it is.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Awsan View Post
Depends on the surface, As I remember"Don't quote me on this" if you treat the surface before applying LM it can work optimally for a really long time.

But the main problem is if uneducated buyers open it and replace the thermal paste and they didn't know it was conductive or didn't know how liquidy it is.
This is completely correct. LM can last years if you work it into the copper for about 10 minutes (also works for nickel plating, even has an effect on bare die) and then apply a second small layer on top of it afterwards, as this helps accelerate gallium absorption before installation.

It's also important NOT to use a mirror finish with LM. This causes temps to degrade extremely fast, because LM will not adhere to the surface very well when compressed and thinned out, and will instead migrate to itself, leaving hot spots. A 1500-2000 grit sanded surface is much better, because this creates texture for the LM to help adhere to, helping it stay on the surface instead of pooling towards itself. Then polyurethane foam dams (if possible, can't do that under a IHS but easy with direct die or around the IHS when LM is used instead of regular paste), like air conditioner or fan filter foam will help block out air and LM runoff at the same time.

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Sounds pretty yawn worthy from Intel, again. Rather than trying to hit 5GHz for no reason, I'd love to see mobile focus on some power efficiency.
The most troubling thing about intel 10nm right now is that icy lake mobile chips are not actually more efficient than coffee lake. Per unit of work, they consume roughly similar wattage.

Intel cannot produce six and eight core mobile chips that are as efficient as ryzen 4000 mobile right now. Ice Lake and Coffee Lake mobile still makes sense in 4 core packages with TDPs of 15 watts are less, but the mid and upper range, according to recent reviews anyhow, Ryzen 4000 is significantly better balanced.
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LM on all the models (Mostly) damn Asus, I want to see how will this pan out in the future.

Will it be a perfect application and we say goodbye to opening laptops for a TIM change?
gonna be a .1ml jizz dot smashed that hopefully doesn't leak. I just can't imagine them spending time to spread per. It'll probably be pre-applied to the bottom side of the sync.

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gonna be a .1ml jizz dot smashed that hopefully doesn't leak. I just can't imagine them spending time to spread per. It'll probably be pre-applied to the bottom side of the sync.
They basically just copied all the modifications from forum.notebookreview.com that people did for their laptops to keep it from spilling out.
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