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Old 23-04-07, 11:24 AM
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aye, set it to no email notificaton or soemthing like that

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Old 23-04-07, 11:29 AM
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I currently use Coollaboratories Liquid Pro, the transfer properties are good but it is a nightmare to put on and plain doesnt come off after a while. Might take a look at picking up some MX-1.

Any idea what it's like at sub 0?
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Old 23-04-07, 11:52 AM
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Any idea what it's like at sub 0?
It plain dnt work, only just got up so i can't remember why... ceramiqee is the only one that really works down below. Im thinking of picking up a 22g syringe of that.

Also didn't XMS do practically exactly the same thing?
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Old 23-04-07, 12:10 PM
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Ah i knew most of them didnt do sub 0. Doesnt it have something to do with the intra and inter molecular bonds failing?
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Old 23-04-07, 12:29 PM
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ugh molecular eek sounds fancy...i am going to have to try that artic cooling mx-1 my computer is idle'in around 40-45c and under load its 50-55c wounder if that would cool it down a bit.
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Old 23-04-07, 12:41 PM
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tbh I'm not arguing with the test but it could be given curing time for fairness.

AS5 is just as cheap as the rest from what I'm seeing in the UK. Compare £5-6 from SpecialTech (free pnp) to £3.99 + £1.50 for the MX-1

Might try it out once I'm done with this review that I need to use AS5 for for fairness
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Old 23-04-07, 12:44 PM
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Collobatory is very good, keeps my prescott cooler, but as llwyd said it is a to get off! Might look into getting some mx-1 to put on the AC Accelero X2 im geting for my x1900xt, or does the AC Accelero X2 come with MX-1?
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Old 23-04-07, 04:52 PM
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MX-1 should work at sub zero...
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