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  1. #61
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    well as far as i know the only place that stocks it is :-Chillblast

    if you order a tube then it ought to be with you in a day or two at the most.

    btw their order pages are less than clear, so its ALWAYS worth emailing them prior to ordering as they do not tell you if the stock is IN their shop or at the distributors. I had to tell them off once

    otherwise they are very good there.
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    Re: Shin Etzu X-23-7762

    Originally posted by Monge
    I have ordered this stuff from Norway Shin Etzu X-23-7762.

    www.3dfxcool.no/

    This should be even better than the G-751 and a little easier to apply.

    I have tried the Cooler Master PTK-001 and thats good indeed.

    But I hope Shin Etzu X-23-7762 is even better.

    Does anyone know this grease?

    Also I have heard, that Shin Etzu thermal grease was shipped with the Intel P4 3GHz CPU Box.

    Thermal Take also deliever coolers with Shin Etzu X23-xxxx thermal interface material with some CPU coolers.

    Link: http://www.thermaltake.com/products/VenusMenuR.htm

    look under Detail spec

    I don't know of the X-23-7762.
    But MeetTheGeeks did a review on another new Shin Etsu
    product called: X23-7798D
    See the review * here *.
    They said it performed better and was easier to apply that the
    G-751.

    It sounds to be very similar to the compound you have Monge.
    Perhaps it's a later revision of the same stuff. (???) And you are correct about
    that being shipped with certain Intel retail CPU boxes. Seems they
    are shipped with a Thermaltake HSF and X-23-7762 compound.

    The datasheet can be seen * here * if you are interested.

    Please let us know how that compound does for you Monge. ... good luck! ....... 'nnock
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    Jah Warrior: Thanks for the tips

    Susquehannock: Thanks

    I'll get my Shin Etzu X-23-7762 within the next days. Then I'll test it against the Cooler Master PTK-001.

    Some guys told me that the new Intel P4 3Gig came with a tube of Shin Etzu G-751.

    It could be nice to know, which of all the Shin Etzu thermal greases is no. 1.

    Maybe it's the X-23-7798D.
    Last edited by Monge; 05-27-2003 at 07:18 PM.

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    to be honest, this Shin-Etsu stuff is so different to apply that i would like to see a guide as to how best to apply it.

    It spreads in a very different way to normal paste so f anyone has a link to a guide would you post it please.

    The conventional guides do not take into account teh visosity of this stuff.
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    I use Nanotherm XTC (Silver based but non conductive, trust me I know first hand first time I installed it I put too much and it spread all over the CPU, still worked tho lol . Later cleaned it up, whiped it down with an alcohol pad and applied a nice thin layer) On my 2500+ at default settings (166x11 @ 1.7 VCore) I get 17 degrees celsius, 19 degrees full load with my SLK-900U heatsink and a Vantec Tornado 92mm 120 CFM fan. My current stable is 2.47 Ghz @ 1.95 VCore (235x10.5) with RAM timings: 2-2-2-4 (now running @ 2-2-2-7 since I was reading up on huge screw ups if using too aggressive ram timings with high FSB). It runs at 36 idle, 41 full load. I'm perfectly happy with it , oh and if your wondering my clocks are "24 hours Prime95 certified"

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    U put the thermal paste in a THIN layer on the purple part right??


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    yup, or on the base of the heatsink
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    Yes a link to a guide for applying the G-751 would be very nice.

    Here's a tip I found from a test of G-751 in Norway.

    This is my translation from norwigian to english:

    "Put it in some hot water a couple of minuttes (inside a plasticbag), then it will get a thinner visosity."

    I don't know if this can help.
    Last edited by Monge; 05-28-2003 at 06:08 AM.

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    yup i heard teh same, however...

    when i tried to spread it the first stroke was fine then it went all grainy and funky. It just made it easier to get out of the tube in effect.
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    I have send an e-mail to Shin Etzu Microsi asking:

    Which one of all the Shin Etzu Thermal Greases (G-751, X-23-7762, X-23-7798D etc.) gives the lowest temperatures/best performance on a AMD/Intel CPU?

    How to apply the G-751 in a correct and an easy way?

    Hope I'll get an ansver and if I do I'll post it here.

    Saigon: I think you got a very good XP 1700+ stepping. I think it can run as a XP 2700+ easily maybe with a little higher Vcore value (than the default at 1,5v)
    Last edited by Monge; 05-28-2003 at 01:48 PM.

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    yup i emailed chillblast about teh application and they didnt even bother to answer, i'll never buy there again...
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    Originally posted by Jah Warrior
    yup i emailed chillblast about teh application and they didnt even bother to answer, i'll never buy there again...
    What a bad service.

    I will mail to a webshop in Norway on friday and ask them about how to apply the G-751. They have been testing the stuff.
    Last edited by Monge; 05-28-2003 at 01:56 PM.

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    well, i was about to buy a 9800 pro... I just know it wont be from them now!
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    Originally posted by Jah Warrior
    well, i was about to buy a 9800 pro... I just know it wont be from them now!
    I would have done the same. A little higher price I can live with, but bad service is irritating.

    Just saw these two links:

    http://www.overclockers.com/articles742/

    http://www.overclockers.com/articles662/
    Last edited by Monge; 05-28-2003 at 02:14 PM.

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    Answer from ShinEtsuMicroSi

    Subject: RE: Shin Etzu Thermal Grease products.


    Mr. xxxxxx,



    Thank you very much for your interest in our product offerings.

    We currently provide several different types of materials to individuals that are interested in optimizing the cooling of their systems.

    Of the three greases that you have stated, two are currently available. X23-7798D is still in the development phase and has not been released for consumer use.



    In terms of which is a better performing grease for AMD/Intel CPU's, that is very difficult to say.

    Simply looking at the two greases, X23-7762 has a higher thermal conductivity value then G-751.



    Much like picking a better performing grease, a general application process for our greases are very difficult to create.

    We typically leave the installation of the material up the individual since shapes and surface roughness of the mating objects can vary.



    By the way, how did you hear about X23-7898?



    Please feel free to forward any additional questions you might have, concerning our product offerings.



    I hope this helps.



    Regards,

    Chuck Anderson



    ShinEtsuMicroSi

    Product Development Engineer

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