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Two ?s - Molex Connectors & Dow Corning from BE Cooling

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Dec 30, 2001
Mount Holly, NJ
1st Question: Has anyone used the Dow Corning syringe from BE Cooling? i've used it once, and i didn't have a good expierence, i'm not sure if it was the dow corning or not.. so i'm asking to see if anyone else is using this stuff w/ no problem.

2nd: where can i purchase molex connectors for bare wire leads, for fan and pelts, and what else do i need?

Thanks guys :D
1st Answer: Sorry, no clue even as to what your talking about!~!

2nd Answer: You can get Molex connections at Radio Hack if needed. They are also carried in other electronics stores from what Ive heard. As far as what else, that would depend on what you are doing. The only other thing I can think of that you might need with what youve said so far, is heat shrink tape.
Heres an example from the Radio Shack Site.

Hope I was of some help!~! :D


*EDIT* Heres some Molexs from the same site


Not having been to the BE Cooling site, are you referring to the Dow Corning 340 white thermal grease? They make a lot of products. I have a tube of Dow Corning 340 grease and it works well for a non-silver heatsink grease. Before I got into overclocking, Zinc Oxide grease was all I ever heard of or used for heatsinks.