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Bill Mercer wrote:
> JB Weld? It's good up to 500 degrees, and conducts heat pretty well. 

No, JB Weld doesn't have nearly the thermal conductivity of thermal 
cement.

The best stuff is Arctic Silver Thermal Adhesive, which is mainly 
silver, in a boronitide/epoxy base, but it's not available anywhere in 
Gainesville, that I've been able to find.

Cain Norris

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> [log in to unmask] wrote on 2/13/2007 10:10:13 AM:
>> On Tue, 13 Feb 2007, Charles Tompkins wrote:
>>
>>> Believe it or not, Bestbuy has silver thermal paste.  They don't sell procs
>>> or heatsinks, but they carry paste.  Go figure?  Bring a big stick to beat
>>> down the geeksquad lackeys before they get too close.  I actually have some
>>> xtra if you just want a little and can make it available after work today.
>> I'm not sure we're talking about the same stuff.  I have heat sink 
>> "thermal grease".  What I need to fix my i845 heatsink is a thermal 
>> adhesive to hold the heatsink on the chip where the normal anchoring 
>> hooks 
>> have broken/fallen out of the motherboard.  I've never used the stuff, 
>> but 
>> AFAIK, it always comes in 2 tubes or syringes, has to be mixed and then 
>> used within minutes, and has a limited shelf life after each tube is 
>> opened.
>>
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