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Old 03-11-01, 12:38 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Hi ;
I would like to thank everyone for all the valuable input I have gleaned. I have a proposition for some of you.
I am able to get. I have access to a supposed high quality thermal compound we use at work. I would like to know how it stacks up against other stuff. some of you scientific types might be interested in testing it. It works great for me. I have an AMD 800 with Asus A7V& over clocked to 950( because I only have pc 100 memory). Temps are 102 Degrees Farenheit at roc, 77 farenheit on mother. If any one wants to test this stuff get a hold of me and I will forward you a sample for a $1.00 to cover shipping. I don't have the time or patience to test this like some of you would . If interested e mail me and by all means post the results. thanks
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Old 03-11-01, 12:51 PM   #2
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great offer Avo, can you tell us some more details about what it is made from and wether it conducts electricity? Since I've already got arctic silver I think I'm cool enough. But testing your stuff could reveal some very good results indeed! But, ehh.. I live in the Netherlands, are you SURE you will ship that for 1$ US? LOL

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For 4$ US you can get a small cardboard container type thing that ships internationally regardless of weight. Global priority i think does it for 4$ internationally.

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Old 03-11-01, 02:37 PM Thread Starter   #4
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FYI It is a silicone compound kind of clear looking. the conductivity of it electrically is 0 which is great so you would not short any thing out. If it is over seas I would charge actual postage
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avo (Mar 11, 2001 02:37 p.m.):
FYI It is a silicone compound kind of clear looking. the conductivity of it electrically is 0 ohms, which is great so you would not short any thing out. If it is over seas I would charge actual postage
If conductivity is "0 Ohms" it means that it has no electrical resistance, and would conduct like hell. I think you meant that conductivity is "0" ;-)

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duhhhh yes you are correct
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