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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    bttt!
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    Re: does thermal paste go out of date ?

    On assemble lines with automated application Shin Etsu has a 12 month shelf life to ensure consistent machine application.

    For our purposes Shin Etsu should be fine much longer, even four years...
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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=437823

    New batch of 100 tubes of Shin Etsu X23-7783D. Enough people asked for more so I ordered another batch.

    See the above link for more info.
    ...
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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    I think a little white grease on the 4 corners of the CPU would do the trick and then use post-its to mark off the rectangle on the heatsink. Then you could use the technique described in this...
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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    I use the same application technique
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    Re: my 3200+ venice will kill me

    Every one I've seen has had , what I believe is, Shin Etsu applied...nice thin layer / automated application.

    The reason I believe it is Shin Etsu is that it is an exact color and texture match...
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    Re: Shin-Etsu compared to others

    It sounds like you're doing a good application. It is quite possible that AS5, Ceramique, or Shin Etsu X23-7783D or G751 will come out on top for a specific chip and heatsink.

    The difference might...
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    Re: Shin-Etsu compared to others

    Sorry to hear the syringe exploded in the microwave!

    I always warm the syringe under a hair dryer , and I warm the heatsink at the same time.

    Hot water and the syringe in a plastic bag also...
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    Re: Shin-Etsu compared to others

    Three Shin Etsu thermal compounds are AMD approved.

    -G751

    -X23-7762

    -X23-7783D


    X23-7783D is a product that was released after X23-7762; and I think it is a better compound since it has...
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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    My pleasure!

    Paul
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    Re: Guide to applying Shin-Etsu G751

    bttt
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    Re: replacing thermal pad with AS5

    Shin Etsu makes three pastes that are AMD approved:

    G751

    X23-7762

    X23-7783D


    I carry G751, and X23-7783D , and I used to carry X23-7762 until X23-7783D replaced it.
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    Re: Shin-Etsu compared to others

    I just ran across this thread!

    As you guys figured out X23-7783D is a newer thermal compound well suited for CPU's [ especially the newer and larger CPU's ]

    It is easier to apply and is a top...
  14. Thread: Reapplying AS5

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    Re: Reapplying AS5

    I've used the Arctic Clean products and I think they are great!
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    Re: Saphire Video Cards??

    I've had quite a few Sapphire cards and they have been fantastic! Great OC'ers and they are all still in service!
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    Re: 6600gt or 9800 pro..big difference?

    I can see your point, I do think the 6600GT and 6800 are better...are they really worth it? Debatable. But that's our problem with all the new parts, they keep getting better and better, but do we...
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    Re: Best video card under $250 recommendations?

    I have the eVGA 6800 listed above and it is a decent AGP card.

    It softmodded easy with Riva Tuner power user and nV Strap to 16 pipes 6 shaders.


    I'd get the MSI 6600GT in PCIe and do as...
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    Re: Post your 3dmark03 Scores!!!

    With Asus A8N SLI Deluxe , WinXP sp2

    15337 3DMark03

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=3918574




    6977 3DMark05
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    Re: Post Your 3DMark05 Scores!

    With Asus A8N SLI Deluxe , WinXP sp2

    6977 3DMark05

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=796425
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    Re: Survey, how many have more than 2 computers

    10 total office / gaming / multimedia / laptops
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    Re: Fortron 500W or Enermax 535W?

    I am using a Fortron Blue Storm 500W on an Asus A8N SLI Deluxe with 2 MSI 6600GT's

    Great power supply, rock solid...system OC's quite nicely.
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    Re: Contest: Chaintech Needs Your Input

    1] Better chipset cooling---better heat transfer, quieter, much more reliable .

    2] Use a mounting system that would allow the user to safely change chipset coolers without removing the motherboard...
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    Re: Looking for the right PSU

    $90 Fortron Blue Storn working well for me and a Asus A8N SLI D, Winnie 3200 at 2.3Ghz and 2 6600gt cards:

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=17-104-934&depa=0


    I also...
  24. Thread: PSU for 6600GT

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    Re: PSU for 6600GT

    I'm running 2 MSI 6600gt PCIe cards / Winnie 3200 at 2.3Ghz/ 1 GB Corsair Value Ram running on the Fortron Blue Storm 500W PSU.

    Seems like a great PSU for the money. Rails are measuring steady at...
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    Re: 6600gt or 9800 pro..big difference?

    Have a few mobile 2500XP / Abit NF7S / Sapphire 9500 softmodded machines.

    Now I'm building NF4 / Athlon 64 939 / dual 6600gt or 6800 machines.

    6600gt is a much better card than the 9500..and...
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