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    Thermal Aluminium or Thermal Epoxy ? Witch Compound ?

    Nope, Im live in Sweden though... :-C
    I cant find any stores in here that carry any compounds...
    But these Aluminum Compound works great, huh ? or the thermal epoxy ?http://2cooltek.safeshopper.com/9/cat9.htm?649
    Im must get it from there cus Im getting that 3M Thermal tape and a Global Win FEP-32 h/s...:-D So thermal ALuminum or thermal epoxy ?



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    Get the Aluminum Oxide thermal Compond.... Not the Epoxy

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    Help me get this Boot outta my azz!!!!

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    thx man, Ill go aluminium...


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    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
    Workstation. (Not yet ready)

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