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Hi folks, On house-keeping cleaning the PC it was discovered the thermal conductivity compound on the CPU/heat sink getting dry. On the market there are many of them, a single ...
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    Thermal conductivity compound


    Hi folks,

    On house-keeping cleaning the PC it was discovered the thermal conductivity compound on the CPU/heat sink getting dry. On the market there are many of them, a single brand having many grades such as white oil, grey, dark, etc.

    Could you please shed me some light how to shop the right one for my application. Which maker would you recommend. TIA


    B.R.
    satimis

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    Arctic Silver5 is generally reckoned to be one of the best thermal pastes.

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    Thermal Compound

    I have been using Zalman STG1 Thermal Compound and vary happy with it.

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    Hi folks,

    Advice noted with tks.

    satimis

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