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Old 10-06-2007, 06:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default An excellent thermal grease...

"Jetart Nano Diamond", Product Code CK4800, is excellent stuff.

I was having trouble with my E6600 and Stock Dell Heatsink on a Dimension 9800, so I applied some of this stuff.

Temperature went from 65 degrees centigrade and full fan speed at 2.4GHz to around 40 degrees, inaudible fan speed during full load overclocked to 3.1GHz. This stuff by far beats Arctic Silver.

What's better is the cost. I picked it up at a local store for HK$14, which is just US$1.80!

An excellent product, highly recommended.

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Default Re: An excellent thermal grease...

It's decent stuff but it's actually not that much better than AS5. It was beaten by Thermalright Chill factor in testing which is slightly better than AS5 but nothing amazing.

Best ones on the market are Shin-etsu Micro Si and Arctic Cooling MX-1 and 2
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