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Arctic Silver
Page 2 - Application
Author: Dan Podhola (WebMasterP)
Date: September 04, 2000
Category: Cooling
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Application was easier than stealing candy from a baby. The only step that was troublesome was getting the processors in and out of the motherboard. I cleaned the Celeron slugs off really well and then applied the Arctic Silver.

Before Application
Before Application
Keep Squeezing!
Keep Squeezing!

Before I show some test results, I want to tell you what we're dealing with here. Given, this is not the first review of this product out the door. I've taken a look at other reviews which has influenced my purchase of this product. To make it brief, my results we're not as good as everyone elses. Why? Look at the pictures below. I think that for a case as well ventilated as my Blue Beast to show any performance improvement would mean something. That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. What am I trying to say? When you see the results, you must remember that results could be very different for you. Anyway, look at the pictures below to see that case.

The Blue Beast
The Blue Beast
My Pride n' Joy
My Pride n' Joy





Note: Ambient Room Temperature: 24ºC (~75°F). I made sure it was the exact same room temperature so there could be no, if, and, or but about it.

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