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Céramique Thermal Paste Review - Céramique Thermal Paste Review
Thu, July 17 2003 | 3:05AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"All heat-producing elements in your computer that utilize a heatsink have some sort of thermal paste or adhesive between the chip and the heatsink. First it was the CPU, but GPU's and northbridge heatsinks soon followed. The point of thermal paste (some manufacturers use thermal adhesive instead) is to remove any air between the heatsink and chip, and filling those microscopic pockets with thermal paste is the best way to do that. Let's take a look at Arctic Silver's newest addition to the thermal paste market, Céramique, and see if it can hold up and even beat its predecessor, Arctic Silver 3."
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