Time to spring clean your thermal goop
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 10, 2006 - 09:41 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you haven't changed your thermal paste in a while, it is probably dried and crusty, which means it isn't cooling your CPU as well as it could be. Time to put on some new paste, so why not try out Coolermaster's new Nanofusion. R&B Mods tests it against Arctic Silver 5, in case you are worried about it's perfromance.
If you are looking for a small, stylish new case, then read Bob's review of the Temjin TJ08 micro-ATX tower.
"It has been quiet on the thermal paste front for awhile after Arctic Silver 5 was released. Now
though we have a new contender on the market from Coolermaster with their Nanofusion. They are here
now to also get into the thermal paste market. Coolermaster has in the past made thermal paste
which performed decent but not as good as the AC5, therefore we have decided to compare this new
Nanofusion paste to Arctic Silver 5 and Arctic Silver Ceramique which are two well performing
thermal pastes on the market."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
CASES & COOLING
- Scythe Katana Cu HSF
Review @ ap0calypse.com
A43 CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers.org
- Scythe Ninja Plus CPU
cooler @ Guru Of 3D
- Guide: Making
acrylic fan grills @ GideonTech
- Aqua Computer
XT Complete CPU Water Cooling @ Systemcooling
- Corsair Nautilus
500 @ Legion Hardware
- Titan Robela TWC-A88 Water-Cooled Casing @ Hardware Zone
- XKROMA XK-BK1
Computer Case @ Rbmods
- Thermaltake Matrix VX
System Cases from ASUS @ X-bit Labs
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