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Old May 5, 2008, 05:31 PM
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Default Akasa AK-TT12-80 Thermal Adhesive Tape

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There are a few situations in computers where heatsinks need to be held in place with sticky tape, frag tape, or better yet thermal interface tape. If you've ever needed to re-attach a heatsink held in this manner, what are you to do? Enter Akasa's AK-TT12-80 double sided Thermal Adhesive Tape. Akasa's thermal adhesive tape comes in a small 80mm x 80mm square, about 0.3mm thick, from which you cut out a small square the appropriate size for your application.

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Old May 7, 2008, 03:47 AM
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Going to have to remember to put some of this into the cart next time I place an order. :)
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hope its better then the one i bought from frozen cpu,

that shit didnt glued like it was supose to, the heatsink on my video card meme where falling off the card on the fan side which pointed down the case
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