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Old 13-11-06, 03:25 AM
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Best thermal compound for sub-zero cooling?

I was just planning on using some Arctic Ceramique, is this optimal or is there something out there that's better for sub-zero cooling applications?

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Old 13-11-06, 04:38 AM
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As far as I have read that is the best, and basically standard.
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Old 13-11-06, 10:29 AM
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Yep. Ceramique.
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What about that cool laboratories liquid pro? i use it and its awsome, its basically liquid metal, might be worth a try?
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Old 13-11-06, 10:58 AM
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What about that cool laboratories liquid pro? i use it and its awsome, its basically liquid metal, might be worth a try?
Can't use metal based compounds with sub-zero unfortunately
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Old 13-11-06, 12:16 PM
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Can't use metal based compounds with sub-zero unfortunately
Nope the coollabs min temperature is somewhere around 0oc
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aww well that sucks
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Old 13-11-06, 04:30 PM
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ASC is also good for insulation
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Old 14-11-06, 02:41 AM
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What about that cool laboratories liquid pro? i use it and its awsome, its basically liquid metal, might be worth a try?
Have fun..
  • Prying your CPU & Heatsink Apart
  • Lapping the off the CPU & Heatsink '
That crap fails. Bonds itself to heatsinks and stuff.
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Old 14-11-06, 10:13 AM
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Have fun..
  • Prying your CPU & Heatsink Apart
  • Lapping the off the CPU & Heatsink '
That crap fails. Bonds itself to heatsinks and stuff.
a simple twist and a tap with the back of a screwdriver did it for me, and it cleans off fine with some copper cleaner
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