Seeking Motorola S38FC012PIO2 ($$$ Bounty! $$$)
Dwight K. Elvey
dwight.elvey at amd.com
Mon Mar 14 15:37:31 CST 2005
>From: "Pete Turnbull" <pete at dunnington.u-net.com>
>On Mar 14 2005, 9:18, Dwight K. Elvey wrote:
>> Don't use heat sink grease. That has fillers to
>> make it thermally conductive. Use the clear gel stuff.
>> Dow Corning #4 works wonders and doesn't harm any of
>> the electrical stuff. I actually use SilGlyde that I
>> got at the automotive shop. It works quite well.
>I still wouldn't use silicon grease, because it creeps over time, and
>can cause all sorts of problems, often at some distance from where it
>was originally put.
>Pete Peter Turnbull
> Network Manager
> University of York
Yes, it does creep. I just wonder what problems you refer to.
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