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Arctic silver thermal epoxy
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Arctic silver thermal epoxy
Arctic silver 5
Arctic cooling MX3

I'm not sure everyone's going to agree with this, especially the AS5.
 

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Arctic silver thermal epoxy
Arctic silver 5
Arctic cooling MX3

The only one in that group that is worth mentioning is the MX3.
 

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Arctic Silver 5 Polysynthetic Thermal Compound (4) Polysynthetic Silver Low / Thin 37.55°C

Shin-Etsu MicroSi X-23 7783D (0) Aluminum Oxide High / Thick 37.75°C
 

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Arctic Silver 5 Polysynthetic Thermal Compound (4) Polysynthetic Silver Low / Thin 37.55°C

Shin-Etsu MicroSi X-23 7783D (0) Aluminum Oxide High / Thick 37.75°C

yea m8 i check it but as u can see it says that shin-etsu is the best...
:/ am really confuzed now
 

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Arctic silver thermal epoxy
Arctic silver 5
Arctic cooling MX3

Funny... I was under the Impression that Shin Etsu is really good. Same stuff that came with my H50 and it worked great.
 

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That's an Intel Q9450 (overclocked to 3.2 GHz). I'd like to see this testing on an i7 920 @ 4Ghz.
 

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yea m8 i check it but as u can see it says that shin-etsu is the best...
:/ am really confuzed now

Thats the Shin-Etsu MicroSi G751

Not the one you specified.
 

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Funny... I was under the Impression that Shin Etsu is really good. Same stuff that came with my H50 and it worked great.

It is good, but not the best. Don't get me wrong, you'll notice minimal temp decreases if you were to repaste your H50. Which is a fecking EPIC, that right, EPIC cooler.

I love the fact its so small and cute.
WINNER!
 

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Thats the Shin-Etsu MicroSi G751

Not the one you specified.

omg are different?
so am about to change thermal paste on cpu gpu and chipset.
which one is the best for all chips
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i've used both mentioned iterations of Shin -Etsu, and from my experience compared to AS5, i got better temps with Shin-Etsu. I tested it many times, and even tested Shin-Etsu against the IC7 and Shin-Etsu came out on top with my e6550.
 

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i've used both mentioned iterations of Shin -Etsu, and from my experience compared to AS5, i got better temps with Shin-Etsu. I tested it many times, and even tested Shin-Etsu against the IC7 and Shin-Etsu came out on top with my e6550.

def i wont use as5 coz its electric conductive
so which Shin-Etsu should i use for cpu gpu and chipset
can you show me a website that ships to uk?
maybe ebay?
 

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def i wont use as5 coz its electric conductive
so which Shin-Etsu should i use for cpu gpu and chipset
can you show me a website that ships to uk?
maybe ebay?

It doens't matter if they are conductive. As long as you don't cover the processor with paste you're all good.

And go to www.scan.co.uk or www.overclockers.co.uk
 
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AS5 is good, but it requires a lifetime and a half for it to cure in properly, making it somewhat useless compared to other thermal compounds, like shin etsu's G751, OCZ freeze, or many others, that have little to no curing time and perform better. One review is not convincing enough.
 
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