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 Post subject: Artic Silver 5
PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2004 7:22 pm 
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I just bought some new parts for my pc. I was just wonderin, do I really need artic silver 5 to oc my xp-m 2500+? Or can I just use the paste that came with my thermaltake slk-947a heatsink?


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2004 9:26 pm 
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If you already have as5, then use it. If you dont then the supplied paste will do. Make sure you follow what thermalright says. They tell you to rub some of the paste into the heatsink so it fills up the microscopic holes.


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On past compuuters i'v built and on other statments i'v heard from other people, AS5 is REALLY usefull, especially if overclocking, it can lower you down from 59C to 56C, this stuff is really good, but the best i'v ever heard of it doing is some 5C which i'm highly doubting, but for the price, it works wonders, plus you get alot more than you need


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AS5 if you are going to over clock[/b]


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