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Date: , 2006
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Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



The Chill Factor thermal paste from Thermalright delivers the goods where it counts; where the heatsink meets the chip. While the numbers aren't earth shattering, observed temperatures were better with the Chill Factor material. It's relatively easy to apply, cleans up easily, is non-conductive and lasts for one year after application. You also get more for your money (by volume) than with the other, better-known brand. Good availability at online retailers and a price point in the 5-6 USD range combine to make this product a good value. Now it's time to see if the enthusiast community will embrace the Chill Factor, or give it the cold shoulder.


Pros:


- Excellent performance
- Easy application
- Easy clean up
- Good value


Cons:


Uhhh….none

 

 

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