[RC5] CPU Temperature
Scott Christopher Dodson
gsi22419 at gsaix2.cc.gasou.edu
Fri Mar 15 19:41:51 EST 2002
Most carbon is a great conductor of heat, carbon fiber works well.
On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, Stephan Wonczak wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Mar 2002, blitz fell across the keyboard, resulting in:
> > THank you much.....copper grease came in 2nd...Ive got a bunch of
> > that...its called no-sieze...
> > Logic would dictate that, i'd assume, seeing silver is the best conductor
> > and copper second...
> If you were talking about electric conductivity, you would be right. The
> best (at least to my knowledge) heat conductor is diamond (there were
> efforts to use CVD diamonds as heat sinks on computer chips to carry away
> the heat from hot spots. Worked well, too, according to the guy who gave
> the presentation I attended). Now diamond grease would be a mite too
> expensive for most of us....
> C U, Stephan
> "I haven't lost my mind; I know exactly where I left it."
> "The meaning of my life is to make me crazy"
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