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post #31 of 39 (permalink) Old 04-06-2020, 08:11 AM
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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.
As Kana said, Hopefully they just copied what ever people did on notebookreview.
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They basically just copied all the modifications from forum.notebookreview.com that people did for their laptops to keep it from spilling out.
It would be funny if you just opened the laptop and found a couple of kapton/33+ with a small foam dam inside

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5.0Ghz on a laptop CPU? o_0
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5.0Ghz on a laptop CPU? o_0
Yea, the 9980hk was able to do it too.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Awsan View Post
As Kana said, Hopefully they just copied what ever people did on notebookreview.


It would be funny if you just opened the laptop and found a couple of kapton/33+ with a small foam dam inside
The idea is more or less the same only in that video you see they made it in metal form?
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The idea is more or less the same only in that video you see they made it in metal form?
Yea it is, just not as janky.

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Interesting route ASUS might take with LM thermal paste... I put CLU on my laptop and got mixed results...yea temps were amazing but I had to do a bunch of prep work and still almost destroyed my xps 15....

I wonder if you can mix regular tim and LM....has anyone tried???

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The amount of care taken by OEMs to put TIM on is bad enough...can't imagine LM thermal paste...they gonna get that stuff everywhere!


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Better welding the cpu to the heatsink and call it a day

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Better welding the cpu to the heatsink and call it a day
Joke or not AMD tried pseudo cold-soldering heatsinks with phase change metals on the 6990. It worked pretty well but I guess it was too expensive. Of course, that card could pull over 500W when overclocked so every degree counted.

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Joke or not AMD tried pseudo cold-soldering heatsinks with phase change metals on the 6990. It worked pretty well but I guess it was too expensive. Of course, that card could pull over 500W when overclocked so every degree counted.
yeah I was brainfarting anyway I did not know that, thanks for sharing.

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