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Tuniq TX-2 Cooling Thermal Compound
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Rating: 9.49/10
Sharona
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Review Date: 09/15/13
Comment:
Effortless to apply, cleans up nicely, non conductive. None, other than six dollar shipping. No problems with this, seems to perform just as effectively or greater than arctic silver 5.
Dillan
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Review Date: 09/14/13
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Utilized this to replace the MX-two which came on my AC 7 Pro just for kicks. Operates almost exatly the identical as MX-2. At idle and soft load (OCCT) temps have been Ưư with TX-two, at complete load (IBT) temps have been -1-2.Q6600 @ 3.sixGigabyte UD3RAC 7 Pro Its not liquid nitrogen? I would say this is equal to the ideal stuff on the industry. I had no challenges with it.
Alima
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Review Date: 09/06/13
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I've utilised a lot of paste over the final ten years or so, and Tuniq TX-2 is fairly a lot the finest correct now. AS-5 is excellent but you can't use it for every thing like you can with the Tuniq-TX2. Testing among AS-five (Allowing it to cure) and TX-2 (No Curing required) on my q6600 @ 3.six TX-two had me operating 5c reduce. Now I run a q9650 @ four.three with TX-2 (not bothering with AS-five anymore) and my Idle temp is @ 27c and Max load @ 44c. I also run two GTX280's OC'ed with TX-two and they idle @ 34c. I didn't bother to paste the memory chips on my GTX280's like i utilised to run on my 8800GT's & 9800GTX's BUT it is protected to paste any memory chip with this stuff, it just requires a lot of it IF you do it suitable.I also use it on motherboards, and it functions wonderful. But the ideal element is if you screw up (as we all have our days), nothing at all fries. The shipping is a bit considerably for this stuff. I wrote this overview simply because I'm not certain what the issue is with the Higher & Very High reviewers on right here. If you know what you're performing, you WILL see your temps reduced with this stuff. It could only be 2c reduced then AS-5 but regardless it will be reduce, or you basically didn't do it right. So anybody reading evaluations on this, take the terrible reviews from the "Experts" on here with a grain of salt, because to me if you can't price it 5 stars, you simply don't know how to use it appropriately. or you simply took a star for the shipping, which is fair.My Program:Evga 790i F-T-W Digital, Q9650 @ 4.3, 8gb Muskin 1600 DDR3 @ 1800, 2 x BFG GTX280's, WD Black 500gb HD. My CoolingɆ x Swiftech Water pumps, 2 x XSPC res, two x Swiftech single radiators (Videocard Loop - Water colour = UV Green), 1 x tripple radiator (CPU & SPP Water loop - Water colour = UV Black), Swiftech CPU water block, ViperJohn 790i SPP waterblock, two x Swiftech GPU waterblocks + two x Custom Swiftech GTX280 Heatsinks, 13 fans,
Ghada
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Review Date: 08/16/13
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its silver like duct tape, this does what it says. drops my temp a handful of degrees. thats all you need. i was running about 40C not is about 36-38(idle). added a fan result in the way my case is, drops my temp to about 30-31. running L4D2 and it tops to about 55-58. when i run folding@home Ɠ cpu customers and 1 gpu client) it tops out at like 60-68 based on the temp in my room. ahead of it would reach like 70-73 or so. its silver like duct tape??
Archibald
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Review Date: 08/02/13
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Greatest EVER! 20-30F diff from old thermal paste Ought to HAVE! Crysis runs 130f med settings 50-60 fps 8600 GTS aftermarket cooling (Arctic Cooling AccelsS1 Rev 2) works wonderful and is silent none
Mingan
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Review Date: 07/26/13
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This stuff is wonderful! This, along with my new Antec 900 case brought my temps down from 37C to 31C using a Phenom II X4 940. By all suggests, TX-2 is better than Arctic Silver five, no contest. Doesnt conduct electrical energy. None, totally none Is this the identical, or quite equivalent to Arctic Cooling MX-2? From all the reviews i read on the two, its about the very same benefits. Well, either way, wonderful job Tuniq for providing us a fantastic thermal compound and a excellent price tag.
Sagira
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Review Date: 07/22/13
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Got the job completed. I can't eat it. Utilized this on my first create. Idles at 25C on stock and idles in low 30s utilizing Coolermaster Hyper N520 heatsink on AMD 965 BE.
Jean
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Review Date: 07/13/13
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Excelent None
Ige
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Review Date: 07/12/13
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Great Product keeps CPU at 22c idle! and 28c Complete Load! None
Kylar
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Review Date: 07/03/13
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It's gushy, it's straightforward to clean off, it does the job properly none Prepared or not here I come - the Creator
Gustav
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Review Date: 06/28/13
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Searching for a very good thermal compound which isn't going to burn a hole by way of your wallet (i.e. Innovation Cooling Diamond 24 carat) can be a challenging point to do. Thankfully there's the TX-2. This stuff does function actually nicely and I've been content with the temperature drops I've noticed on my X2 550. I utilized to idle at about 32*C with load temps among 45-50*C in prime95. Now I idle among 27-29*C and my load temps in prime95 are 39-40*C! Great stuff.-Great amount in the tube, adequate for three-four applications.-Easy to spread.-No "curing" time essential.-Impressive overall performance. Outperforms the MX-two, Arctic Silver 5, and the OCZ Freeze.-Very good price and a really very good overall performance to dollar spent ratio. -Not the new TX-4 (which is supposed to be insane in functionality)-Can be a little runny if you don't shake the tube before applying.-Doesn't come with instructions which may well be negative for men and women who don't know how to apply. Of course you can always go to Tuniq's web page for step by step instructions. A lot of folks have claimed this stuff is hard to apply. I didn't have any challenges whatsoever making use of the credit card technique (which is the greatest way to spread). Perhaps their tubes sat in the sun also lengthy and hardened through shipping. All in all this stuff has worked wonderful for me, I didn't have any issues applying and it is so much much better than the junk you get with your stock cooler.When it doesn't essential any curing time to establish a fantastic thermal bond in between your processor and your heatsink I recommend immediately after application letting your computer idle for 15-30 minutes and let it cure anyways. I identified the heat transfer off of the surface processor is far better if you do let it remedy. Be positive to spread it on thick adequate to cover the complete surface of the processor, but not too thick exactly where it's running down the sides or anything.
Freeman
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Review Date: 06/26/13
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CPU operating good and cool OC'duncomplicated to apply none adequate for 2 CPU's, maybe 3...
Lamis
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Review Date: 06/24/13
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Serves its purpose for the most aspect. In my opinion, it is rather messy. When I was undertaking a motherboard transplant, I had to take away my heatsink from the CPU and the thermal paste got all over the spot (even the pins of the CPU...) I was in a position to clean it up, but it should have been much more strong than that.Also, I am not certain if this paste is the planet's greatest, because my Phenom 940 below complete load would nonetheless be around 70C. eight whole degrees above the suggested max temperature.
Rhaxma
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Review Date: 06/22/13
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Whupped arctic silver when applied to heatsink had ten degrees of difference (celcius) was soooo thick only a drop was required to cover my complete cpu. tastes like crud, dont use as salad dressing or use your mouth to put the cap back on. might be looking into getting far more of this
Eyad
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Review Date: 06/13/13
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Great price tag. Uncomplicated to place on and clean off. In some comparisons it beats Artic Silver five. Non conductive. None.
Clem
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Review Date: 06/10/13
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Far better than stock. Was incredibly hard to spread evenly...
Ely
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Review Date: 06/01/13
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It does what it needs to do. Nothing at all.
Jered
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Review Date: 05/30/13
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Just added it to my Phenom II x4 965 鲽W). OCed to three.91GHz with a slight enhance in voltage from stock. While running prime95 for two hours, the temps never cross 48C, when ahead of was 55C. Idle temp went from 32C to 27C with ambient at ㅈ.6C. Considerably less costly then arctic silver five. Making use of coolermaster's V8 cooler None so far Phenom II x4 965 125WMSI 790GX-G65Corsair TX650WCM V8HAF 922
Mohan
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Review Date: 05/21/13
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Worked Just as advertised..... none
Krikor
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Review Date: 04/30/13
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Cheap.Lowered my core temp. by about two degrees C in comparison to the prior stock thermal compound that came with the processor. It's a small tough to spread but that's most likely par for the course. Excellent deal, go for it!
Lilian
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Review Date: 03/28/13
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Quite uncomplicated to applyGenerous amountNice valueNon-ConductiveAs great if not better than Arctic Silver five None!
Kenley
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Review Date: 03/17/13
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Greatest compound on the market. Hands down Expense far more to ship than the tube of TX-2 itself
Oriole
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Review Date: 03/02/13
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The title says it all Can't believe of any off hand. Doesn't make breakfast? Making use of with a Masscool 8WA741 cpu sink\fan combo. Haven't observed temps more than 40C when playing games or videos.
Didrika
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Review Date: 02/22/13
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It cools fine. Employed with AMD Athlon x3 445 Rana. None.
Venedict
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Review Date: 02/21/13
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Just got it, and slapped on a AMD Phenom II X2 550and a AMD 5670 Sapphire.Am running AMD overdrive cpu stability test, and furmark at the very same time as i variety this.Am seeing about a ten degree drop on the CPU.Preceding idle around 28, now seeing idle at 24.max load used to be around 42-45, now looking at 34-39On the video card, am seeing about a five~ degree drop from prior idle 50-51, now 46-47, load (furmark) earlier, 65-67, now hovering around 62 none. Note: my CPU temps are showing a enormous drop, simply because i bought a new master cool heatsink and have that on now as effectively.As generally, your practical experience may well vary.(if i was to guess at my more than all drop, if i nevertheless hd stock heat sink on CPU, i'd say ӱ degrees)As i finish writing this, CPU has been going for 20mins at 100%, and furmark about the identical time, temps are now staying level. ࿂ on the cpu core's, 38 on the die) (holding 62 on the Video card)AI might also add i have both speedfan and EVEREST open, and it's funny, in speedfan, next to the temps it shows a arrow down, a check, or a arrow up, for temp going up, staying steady and rising, I've been seeking at these arrows for 20mins with all this stuff going at max, and the arrows remain pointed down for most of the time lol.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
BrandTuniq
ModelTX-2
SPEC
SpecificationsAppearance: GreyViscosity: 285000 cP Thermal conductivity: 4.5W/mK Operating temperature: -45°C ~ 200°C Specific Gravity: 3.96 @ 25°C Volume: 0.007 lbs. (3.5g)
Features
FeaturesLow thermal resistance for superior heat transfer, 4.5W/mK Small molecular size makes a better contact between the heatsink and heatsource.Thin bond line for hi-efficiency conductivityLow bleed under high pressureHelp the low-pressure clip design of cooler to achieve better cooling performance. RoHS compliantNot Electrically conductive
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