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bacon12
08-05-09, 02:01 PM
With diamond dust no less. Temps look great.

http://inventgeek.com/Projects/DiamondGrease/overview.aspx

bob saget
08-05-09, 02:16 PM
wow amazing temps.

lduguay
08-05-09, 02:44 PM
:afraid: All we need is a pure diamond CPU heatspreader and HSF.

bob saget
08-05-09, 02:55 PM
:afraid: All we need is a pure diamond CPU heatspreader and HSF.

I think I know who we can ask for that :bleh:

http://www.clubsonyericsson.com/featured/p800_jamesbond.jpg

lduguay
08-05-09, 03:16 PM
and him
http://www.007.info/Images/Wallpapers/Zao1024x768.jpg

mailman2
08-05-09, 06:41 PM
I call BS!!

CaptNKILL
08-06-09, 02:10 AM
Err... I have to question their testing methods.

I highly doubt that most people will see a 20C difference in load temps just by using a diamond based thermal compound...

If this turns out to be the real deal though... count me in. I'd spend some extra cash to drop my temps 10-20C.

crainger
08-06-09, 03:10 AM
Now watch me open a car lock using a tennis ball.

bacon12
08-06-09, 09:30 AM
If its true every hw geek at XS will be using it in a matter of days.

Absolution
08-06-09, 11:51 AM
I'm also calling shenanigans - you may improve your temps a little bit, but not over 10C.

Interesting idea though.

XDanger
08-06-09, 01:07 PM
This was posted a while back.

Which reminds me ,How are those ionic flow heatsink/fan things coming along??

Logical
08-06-09, 05:23 PM
Meh...no screenshots or anything of the temps...i call BS.

Although in theory it would work but i doubt the temps would be reduced so dramatically.