We all remember times when a thermal interface pad refused to be neatly removed or when some baked on thermal paste wouldn't come completely up. Aside from wanting your rig neat and trim there is always the issue of damaging the base of a cooler. Copper and aluminum bases on modern coolers are machined to be as flush a surface as possible. Doing the 'razor blade' thing to get stubborn pieces of TIM off is far from recommended. Enter Tuniq's TR-1 Thermal Material Remover.
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