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Old February 20, 2010, 02:45 PM
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Hi there!

I need some thermal tape for a mosfet block on a motherboard.
I would like to know what kind of thermal tape do you use?
there is this one:
Thermal Tape 3.5CM X3.5CM ( One Piece ) - DirectCanada

But we don't have much details on it...

or the Sekisui 5760 Dbl sided thermal tape that you could find on ebay.

And do you have a way to fix (not permanently) memory and mosfet heatsink?
or I should stick with the thermal tape?
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Old February 20, 2010, 03:12 PM
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That stuff should be 3M tape.
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Old February 20, 2010, 04:54 PM
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Would you be interested in glue?
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=10716&...rctic%20Silver
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stoanee ... 2 things .. first of all this stuf will not permit removal of the thing you glue with it , it's epoxy secong..if it's not a problem, better use the one without silver, it will avoid problem, it's the one I use for mount my memory heatsink in video card, but you can remove them later to put back the regular cooler

http://ncix.com/products/?sku=666624...rctic%20Silver
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Shoot me a PM, I have 50M of the Sekisui double sided tape
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stoanee ... 2 things .. first of all this stuf will not permit removal of the thing you glue with it , it's epoxy secong..if it's not a problem, better use the one without silver, it will avoid problem, it's the one I use for mount my memory heatsink in video card, but you can remove them later to put back the regular cooler

http://ncix.com/products/?sku=666624...rctic%20Silver
So far have been able to remove anything I have glued with it.
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Shoot me a PM, I have 50M of the Sekisui double sided tape
I'd ask if you left out a c in the 50M for centimetres.....but I know better
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The thing is that I really want to be able to remove it after...

And does the Sekisui is thin or tick?
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