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Artic Siler Creamique Paste - Artic Siler Creamique Paste
Mon, June 09 2003 | 10:40AM | PermaLink Feedback?
GruntvillE plays around with some Artic Siler Creamique paste. It's suppose to be pretty good take a look at their results here.

“The problem is that air does not conduct heat that well. Even with the mirror finish on the bottom of most of today’s modern heatsinks, there will still be some air between the source (CPU, GPU, RAM, etc) and the heatsink. This is where thermal grease, or more accurately, thermal compounds, come into play. When you ask someone about thermal compounds, they'll all mention a few names such as; Antec Reference Silver, Nanotherm XTC, and most often, Arctic Silver 3.

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