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IC Diamond

Innovation Cooling Diamond 7 Carat Thermal Compound - 1.5 Grams

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  • Thermal Conductance: 4.5 W/m-K (data acquired with an ASTM D - 5470 thermal interface test instrument)
  • Thermal Resistance: 0.25oC-cm2/W@ 100 BLT
  • Average Particle Size: <40 maximum particle diameter Compliancy: RoHS Compliant.

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Customer Reviews

Works really well - but apply it correctly I used this first on a power supply project at work (I'm an embedded programmer) - power fets and it worked really well. I had some left over so I tried it on my laptop (an old thinkpad, wholse nvidia gpu tended to run hot). The temperatures went down.One thing I can't stress enough - apply it the right way!!!! One dot in the center (~5mm) for my CPU, or a line for rectangular dies. Do. not. spread. it. This stuff feels wrong - it is really stiff, but slightly sticky. The idea is that one central dot, when squished, will have no air voids at all. If you pull it apart, start over again. It is viscous enough so there is no pump-out with the expansion-contraction cycles.It works, but you have to apply it right. 5my favorite. my opinion from recent experience:i did an apples to apples comparison on this today.dell e6500 laptop with a 35 watt penryn cpu.NOTE: i don't spread my paste and i use as little as possible so that it doesn't spill over the side. little wiggle to seat it (optional) and away we go. i'm a hobbyist. i install about 5 cpu's a month and the e6500 is the machine that i use to test any cpu that works in it because cpu's are so easy to install in a e6500. if it works in the dell, i know i can install it in another applicable machine. you can go ahead and install your cpu paste differently if you want. i do it my way. m'kay?arctic silver 5 after about 15 minutes of full throttle..88c. it touched 90c, but, for the most part, it hovered around 88.i.c. diamond under the same conditions: 72c.that was just a few minutes ago.every now and then, i want to save my i.c. diamond and i'll use some a.s.5 (especially if the cpu isn't gonna stay in the machine very long). for me, the i.c. always runs a little cooler.this is my experience and my opinion.given the option, i'll stick with i.c. diamond.the noctua nt-h1 stuff works pretty good, too. it's also a little easier to spread. i warm the icdiamond up a little. 5Works well, but not easy to apply. This stuff is thick and more so than any other compound I've used before. Instructions say to apply and clamp the heat sink onto it versus spreading by hand... I will attest to this fact as I tried and failed to spread this compound repeatedly since it just sticks to itself and anything you use to apply it. I'm not kidding... this stuff does NOT apply like normal compound. Apply a pea size as normal to the center and apply your heat sink... let physics do the rest.That aside the heat transfer is definitely above Artic Silver or any other compound I've used to date. I applied this to my laptop wanting to get ride of the stock thermal /grease/ and was NOT expecting a 15* drop in temperature under load. I went from a max of 90C under load at 100% fan to 80C max with 50% fan with temperatures averaging at 65-70C while gaming... Is this witchcraft?Now it's completely possible that the previous application of thermal compound was bad, or the compound itself was bad... but I also had previously changed the stock compound on the GPU to Artic Silver and saw similar results to stock compound with Artic Silver.I applied this to both my CPU and GPU heat sinks on my laptop and both saw significant drops in temperatures from idle to under load. CPU temps are all over the place, but remain at or under 80C under load along with the GPU maxing at 78C according to Afterburner. To add at 100% fan the heat doesn't drop off anymore because I assume they simply can't push enough air to lower it passed that point, while at 90C they dropped it to 80C at full spin.Even if there was something skewed with the last applications the computer now runs colder than it did when I first got it, so I have no areas to complain about other than how absurdly thick it is. 5Warm it before using I've used this thermal interface material (TIM) for probably fifteen years. You have to warm it up before applying (hot water bath). In a dual 8-core machine I had one of my original liquid recirc modules fail so I had to use one with heat-pipe. The server itself, not the heat sink, has the fans. Even though the heat from the pumped cooler goes through the heat-pipe fins, the CPU with the IC Diamond TIM runs about 3 deg F cooler. I don't build PCs like I did 20-25 years ago, but as an engineer who cools computer rooms as part of my job, I'm always interested in innovation. For a non-conductive paste, you can't beat this. This price is great as well. Yes it will scrape off the writing on the chips as others have said if you aren't gentle removing it. An Indium Heat-Spring is a good choice for fluid immersion cooling; otherwise, the IC Diamond will treat you well. 5Fantastic thermal compound, it's worth the extra money. This is some absolutely fantastic thermal paste! The performance benefit of using this stuff vs. cheaper products is real and tangible. Just to see how effective this was, I used the default thermal paste applied to my CPU liquid cooler from corsair, and ran a benchmark. Took off the cooler, cleaned off the cheap stuff, and applied this. Even with my fairly inexperienced and imperfect application, the CPU idled at 2 degrees C lower on a consistant basis, and under benchmark loads the temperature was as much as 4C lower. True, the old thermal compound was crap, but this stuff is a clear step up. It's worth your money.Some notes:---This paste is very thick and difficult to work with straight out of the tube. Heat it up as other people have suggested, go watch a guide somewhere.---As your CPU heats the paste, it will soften and flow a bit. After a hard gaming session, I went to the screws on my cooler and felt a little bit of play in them. Snugged them back up and the cooler now has even better contact with the CPU.--1 tube will get you quite far. you could probably install 5-6 CPU's with this stuff. 5The good and the bad! I purchased this item from Amamax. It came "bare", no instruction card, not a carded item like you would get from MicroCenter or other retailers. The tube is not sealed in any way; who knows if you are getting a full 1.5 grams worth. Since I have used the product before, I knew how to use it. For those of you without instructions, take a coffee cup half-filled with hot water (nuked for 90 seconds or so). Make sure the tube cap is on tight, stand the tube in hot water for at least a minute to soften the stuff. The water level should not be so high that water can leak into the top of the tube along side the plunger! (The good part: this stuff is thick, not like cheaper, thin and runny compound!) Squeeze a dab of the stuff on top of your CPU. (The CPU and mating heat sink must be clean and dry!). The instructions (if you get them!) say to use a "pea size" dab of compound. That may be too much. I'd use 1/2-pea's worth! After placing the dab, carefully put your heat sink, carefully centered, down on to the CPU. Apply moderate pressure while rotating the heat sink left and right a few times to distribute the stuff. (it also helps if you warm up the heat sink with a hair dryer.) Clamp down the heat sink. (It might be difficult to lock the clamp, especially if you used too much compound.) As you use the computer, the CPU will heat up and the compound will distribute itself further. 3works great for my laptop I spread this paste but I do not recommend doing that as it is quite difficult to get a good.I spread it by heating up the cpu before and then heating up the tube in water to make it more pliable and it is still very thick. the best way to apply it is using a little more paste then you normally would so it spreads out enough with how thick it is specially on laptops because of there low pressure. the extra that you use will get pushed off to the side so using a little more is not an issue. but if you use to little you will have some cores with quite high temps on a laptop . It has been the only paste that does not pump out on my laptop other pastes will pump out and have the temps slowly go up over time , so this paste is perfect if you have a laptop that you move around alot as that increases pump out. and if you go to remove this paste I suggest using a microfiber glasses cloth as if you use anything the diamonds can add an edge to they will make it scratch things quite easily. trying to pat off as much as you can while using rubbing alchool to absorb it will reduce the chance. dont use paper towels or anything like that as they will scratch you cpu/gpu 5Did you remove the fan from your cpu to clean it? Then you NEED this stuff... So some time ago, I removed the cooler from my cpu and cleaned it out. Little did I know that thermal paste was a thing, let alone that I should've applied it after removing the cooler. After I put everything back together, my cpu fan was running crazy fast (don't ask what rpm it was running at, all I know is that it was significantly louder than before) running normal tasks. After some research, I found out what the problem was. So I ordered this stuff, took my cooler off again, cleaned up the paste that was still on the cpu and cooler, put this stuff on and now it works great. Quiet as a mouse, just like before.After this experience, I've downloaded a few programs to stress test my pc and monitor temps and fan speed. Nothing over 57c on the cpu and steady fan speed around 2800rpm during a 30 minute stress test. Not bad if I do say so myself. Be careful though, it's a little sticky and the cpu can become dislodged from the socked if you're not careful... 5Heatsink Grease - Don't Over-think it, Choose Well, then Just Do It ! Used a small bit of this $12 tube to correctly and completely resurrect a 2010 vintage Dell Inspiron laptop from the netherworld. The small tube is nough to do several of these projects. This along with a fresh SATA disk, RAM max-out, and a fresh cooling fan. Better than new for only $150 total. Next to setup dual-boot with Linux vs Windows.A quick thought before elaborating on the product and job: I first encountered "heatsink grease" back in the 1970's when I was a "Stereo Review" / "Audio" magazine fanatic. Grade school and high school then but knew enough to fix hi-fi stuff and other odds-n-ends. TO-3 style transistors mounted on large heatsinks in a push-pull configuration had just replaced tubes only a few years earlier. Sigh, and I sure do miss the ol' Radio Shack.Anyways, the IC Diamond product description citing the high heat flow rate for their synth diamond dust product versus the traditional silver-dust compound of others made me want to try it. A few tips: (1) re-grease your CPU &/or Video-card chip-to-heatsink mount plate every 1 to 2 years; (2) if also replacing the cooling fan then don't forget the strip of Gorilla tape along the top edge where the fan baffle meets the end of the sink rod; (3) gently rotate back & forth the heatsink plate while pulling upward gently after loosening the plate screws to go easy on the CPU socket; (4) use alcohol and a hanky to get off ALL of the old product every time before dabbing on the new; (5) dismount the CPU from the socket and blow out any dust -- be thorough and careful; (6) better a little too much heatsink grease than not enough -- I spread mine flat (but not too thin so that full surface area contact with some pressure required to mate the mount plate when retightening the 4 screws is still needed) rather than a drop at the center. Again, don't overthink it. This particular stuff conducts heat -- but not electricity so a little ooze is okay. 5Most people try way to hard with this stuff. Put it on, put heatsink on, done. Have been a long time user of AS Ceramique and decided to give the IC7 a try on my new build. 125w AMD proc with a Hyper 212 cooler and IC7, temps have never gone above 40*C. Absolutely amazing. I will continue buying this stuff until I stop building/repairing PCs.I didn't do any of the strange hard instructions people post on here. I put a blob on the processor, prob 1/10th a tube, doesn't REALLY MATTER how much, simply because it is non-conductive. So yeah. Blob on processor. Set on heatsink. Lightly tighten screws just enough to hold heatsink but still let me wiggle it around a bit to spread the paste. Crank the screws down. Done.Video card instructions. Remove heatsink. Rubbing alcohol off old paste. Apply blob of new paste. Set heatsink on paste, wiggle a bit, reattach heatsink. Done. Probably use less than on a full size CPU but again, non-conductive. Don't go crazy with it there is enough to do 7 full size processors or probably 12 GPUs. Use that as your metric for measuring.I've been building PCs since 1996 and this thermal paste is the best I've used. Definitely recommended. 5
Innovation Cooling Diamond 7 Carat Thermal Compound - 1.5 Grams

Innovation Cooling Diamond 7 Carat Thermal Compound - 1.5 Grams

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€43,00
Sale price
€43,00
Regular price
€70,00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€27,00)