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Old September 24, 2009, 04:44 PM
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For people doing constant upgrades, we've added Innovation Cooling IC24 to the store which is 3 x the size of IC7.

Innovation Cooling IC24 Thermal Compound - $24.99
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Old September 24, 2009, 08:01 PM
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Would it be possible to get a review on this against other conventional thermal pastes?
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Old September 24, 2009, 08:47 PM
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Bah, if only Interac or somehow EMT was an option, I'd be jumping all over this. Having to wait like 8 days for PayPal sucks.
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Would it be possible to get a review on this against other conventional thermal pastes?
Google IC7 vs. MX2, or AS5, or whatever TIM. Or try IC7 review, or IC7 comparison. There's also MX3 which many say is similar to this IC7 stuff, try that on for size
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Would it be possible to get a review on this against other conventional thermal pastes?
Heh... I missed this when it was first asked and am surprised nobody offered up this link......

Innovation Cooling 7 Carat Diamond TIM Test results thread *NOW ACCEPTING RESULTS!!*

Can't ask for much more than multiple results from different platforms and users.... ;)
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How far dose this go, say on the IHS of an 775 chip. Not looking far a precise figure as I know that depends on user, more like if it gives more than 5 changes or more that 10 and so fort.
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I'm assuming the number on the IC is simply the amount of diamond in said container? Like how everyone calls it arctic silver 5 when really all it is is arctic silver thermal paste? Five just being reference to the size of the container?
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I'm assuming the number on the IC is simply the amount of diamond in said container? Like how everyone calls it arctic silver 5 when really all it is is arctic silver thermal paste? Five just being reference to the size of the container?
Yes, it refers to the size of the tube.
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Like how everyone calls it arctic silver 5 when really all it is is arctic silver thermal paste? Five just being reference to the size of the container?
You do know that there has been Arctic Silver (2000), Arctic Silver 2 (2001), and Arctic Silver 3 (2002-2004)? Each with slightly better thermal characteristics than the previous version.
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