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Check out this review. This shows 5 just beating ceramique. I do know that 5 takes like 200 hours to reach its full potential. While yes 5 is better, ceramique ain't half bad itself and either will work just fine.

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Another sidenote, neither are eclectically conductive, but 5 is capacitive.
 

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I've been using AS5 for the past 2 years with pretty good success on various CPUs. Currently running an i7 920 D0 @ 3.33GHz with 1.056v under a Sunbeam CCF. Temps generally don't break 60C under load, and that's in an Antec P180B no less.
 

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Ceramique is non conductive, so you don't have to worry abut it shorting anything "if" it spreads out over the cap, if that is a problem at all.
Apart from that and the lower curing time, Ceramique doesn't have any other advantage over AC5.
 
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