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  • posted bydesignjah on 01/27/2014

    Big tube of thermal "glue". Works well enough to attach LEDs to heatsinks. I've used it to thermally connect home made heatsinks as well. Seems to work just fine. Can be removed with some effort unlike many of the 2 part thermal epoxies. Has slight odor to it until it cures. Nothing but... Read more

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  • posted byvea45 on 05/10/2013

    -It works like a charm. -Have a "glue efect" so you can put together things, as it is a silicone. -It seems a bit water resistant (i had a water cooled system and this capability is a good one) -Nothing special, maybe the price. -It is only white colour, i prefer a translucent one. It a... Read more

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  • posted byrommelkast on 03/17/2013

    - it works - it glues - it transfers heat - it's a lot! enough for a lifetime! - stays flexible after drying. - maybe price but on the other hand, i dont know of a similar product, let alone of a cheaper one. I have no idea how well it transfers heat or how strong it is bot it does the trick to... Read more

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  • posted byrikkko on 03/14/2013

    It´s a glue that I used mainly for attaching flashlights components that are subjected to enough heat, such as diving flashlights. Also I will use it in some thread of the sealing glass lanterns. I also used to do small repairs on mobile phones, computers and electrical components that I to... Read more

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  • posted byFlav_3 on 02/26/2013

    Pure white, sticks well. The thinner the layer, the faster the set time. Greatly improves thermal path Good for potting electronics since it does not conduct electricity. Does not run like some of the other cheaper silicone glues. Comes with applicator. As always if the price was better this part... Read more

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  • posted byHighlord on 02/01/2013

    Transfers heat well Works nicely as a glue It takes perhaps a bit too long to dry (we're talking several hours, not minutes in my experience, but I may have applied a bit too much) There's no bad smell, and the product is very easy to work with. The first time I ended up having to split the after... Read more

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  • posted byseckinb on 01/25/2013

    Stable structure. Adheres to heatsinks well. Glues power led stars to flashlight pills or other heatsinks. Can be removed with some force. Not greasy or messy. The tube is big. The big tube lasts a good time but the cap cracks easily and my first tube is now stone hard solid. I'd like to see this... Read more

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  • posted byviperxp on 12/31/2012

    This product does it's job,and does it well.Conducts heat and functions as a glue. I glued with it some heatsinks to cpu VRM's on my last MB and it did the job - the heatsinks got really hot. could not find The glue is perfect or very close to being perfect. it does it's job, and does not cost is... Read more

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  • posted byctraney on 12/30/2012

    This is cheap and cool! I never knew that they made thermal glue..I have heard of mixing epoxy with thermal paste but that's just a pain. This stuff is easy to use and nice and flexible once it dries. Plus, the tubes are huge so I plan on this lasting a while! None that I can think of! I'm not it... Read more

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  • posted bynicolasantoci on 12/27/2012

    It´s a cheap silicone glue for DIY projects (Do it yourself) but it works well and is useful for paste metal case of high power leds and dissipate the heat. Has a peak which allows the amount needed to use the electronic component. It have any cons. It should come with a table of values It a... Read more

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