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What's the heat-conductive goo between the CPU and heat-sink called?

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What's the heat-conductive goo between the CPU and heat-sink called?
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Artic Silver is one of the most popular brands, but generically it's call thermal compound.
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My tube of Artic Silver says it is a "High-density, Polysynthetic Silver, Thermal Compound.
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Thanks Paka,

You have a good evening (or day, depending on where you live).

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