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Tuniq TX-4 Thermal Compound Review   - Tuniq TX-4 Thermal Compound Review
Thu Jun 10, 2010 | 4:03P| PermaLink
Alright once again I get a chance to do some testing on a new thermal compound, and I am excited about it. Now most of you might think that being happy about working with and testing a new thermal compound might not be very fun but in the past year Tuniq has made three new generations of their TX thermal compound line and with each new generation was a drastic change effectiveness. Now i am not sure if they have actuall wizards brewing this stuff up in a giant cauldron in some dark back corner of their labs but believe me this is the best thermal compound I have seen by far. let's dive in and take a closer look at what I believe is one of the best thermal compounds available to date, or at least that I have used:

Asus HD 4770 Formula Edition - Asus HD 4770 Formula Edition
Tue Jul 21, 2009 | 12:03P| PermaLink
Asus has long been considered one of the top manufacturers of all kinds of PC components, so it comes as no surprise that they have decided to make their own cooler for the brand new ATI HD 4770. They have called this card the Formula edition. Asus being the big company they are, have paid a lot of attention to detail on the heat sink design. I will explain a bit later on in the review. With this larger heat sink comes lower temperatures. Surely Asus geared this card for the mid range graphics card buyer who is looking to gain some performance by overclocking. Just one look at the HD 4770 specs is enough to say the card is the perfect card to play all the latest games at decent settings without breaking the bank, so it would seem that the Asus 4770 Formula has its work cut out for it. Surely with the ability to cool the card better will lead to a higher overall overclock, thus increasing the cards performance even more. This is stacking up to be a tight competiton between this card, and its other ATI siblings, the 4670 and 4850.

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