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Thermal Compound Roundup - November 2011
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho 31,448 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: November 15, 2011
Page: 6 of 6
Conclusions

From the new group of thermal compounds we tested, most of them showed regular performance except for the Coollaboratory LIQUID Ultra and the Phobya HeGrease Extreme compounds, which presented good cooling performance.

This month, our non-standard thermal compound was butter. Compared to other alternative compounds we have used, it was not bad at all, even considering that its cooling performance degraded quickly. Unfortunately, it didn’t compare to mayonnaise, but we will continue to search for the ultimate “accidental thermal compound.”

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