In 1998 I purchased a Dell XPST450 Mhz system and decided it need to be overclocked. Having pulled the CPU apart I needed a new interface material to between the CPU and OEM heat sink so I developed a new copper compound to use. This worked much better than the stock thermal pad. I soon started supplying other overclocking enthusiasts on the now defunct AGN forums.
Soon air-cooling was not enough to provide the overclocking temp ranges I desired, so I started making copper water blocks and cold plates. By 1999 we were running a full time business with 2 employees."
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