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Tuniq TX-2 Review

Makaveli    -   February 3, 2008


Installation:

Installing Tuniq TX-2 is very similar to other thermal compounds. First, power down your machine, unplug your power supply, and take off the side panel of your case. Remove your heatsink and set it aside. Thoroughly clean the processor and heatsink so that there is no remaining thermal compound. I always use 90% alcohol and a Q-Tip to clean the processor and heastink. After both are clean, you can apply TX-2 in a number of ways. You can apply a pea-sized dot in the middle of the processor, draw a line, or spread TX-2 on the processor. Personally, I put a pea-sized dot in the middle of my processor and seated my heatsink on the processor. I then rotated the heatsink a few degrees in each direction to help spread the TX-2. Once you have applied the TX-2 and your heatsink is securely attached, plug in your power supply and turn on your computer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Specifications:

Appearance
Grey
Viscosity
285000 cP
Thermal Conductivity
4.5W/mK
Operating Temperature
-45C ~ 200C
Specific Gravity
3.96 @ 25C
Volume
3.5g



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  2. Installation & Specifications
  3. Testing
  4. Conclusion
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