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Innovation Cooling 7 Carat Diamond TIM Test results thread *NOW ACCEPTING RESULTS!!*

ayah

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I have a (somewhat) unrelated question: What's the temperature gap between IC24 and IC7? (was just looking at NCIX and saw IC24) and they show the same blurb of info for both products.
 

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AFAIK, it's exactly the same product, just a much larger tube. (I was wondering exactly the same thing a while ago).
 

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Oh, I feel stupid now. The hardware canucks store site has a picture on the IC24 product saying that IC24 is a 4.5 gram tube in comparison to IC7's 1.5 grams. Thanks sswilson!
 

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sswilson is correct...same exact compound, just a larger tube. Since diamonds are measured by weight, the larger tube contains 24 carats worth of diamond powder as it's 4.8 grams compared to the 1.5 gram tube of IC7 which contains 7 Carats.
 

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We have incorporated a new label design on our syringes -tried to add on some racing stripes but they didn't fit

 

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Calibrated Pressure & Force Sensors

This material and analysis was supplied by us at Sensor Products. Feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions or interest in similar solutions.
 

ICD7

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Been Awhile

We have been running giveaway's on our new compound Perihelion and the first here from a German giveaway 86 tests and it pretty well held it's own across the board. My first "Blind giveaway" in the sense that my only input was to have my cosponsor post application instructions.

Seems we do better when I keep my mouth shut, go figure

 

ICD7

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wow haven't been back in a while

Here is a kind of technical/troubleshooting note

So now at 20 giveaways the most recent from OCUK with something a little different

This set of data that separates OCUK from all the 20 or so groups tested by us.

In the past water cooling is usually less than 5% of the sampled results, on OCUK at this point we are 30% water cooling(marked in red), 70% air.

What made it readily obvious was the statistical cluster of 20% water in the marginal-zero-negative result category. The other 10% is mostly the H50 in the performed as expected group. Might be linked to compound mix but I have a sense that it may have an overall edge in C/P for the H50.
In any event The air cooler group (marked blue) has it over the water with pretty much positive results across the board.




 

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We have been running giveaway's on our new compound Perihelion and the first here from a German giveaway 86 tests and it pretty well held it's own across the board.
Any chance you'll be doing a Perihelion giveaway here on HWC? I liked the IC7 we tested. I wouldn't mind testing a new product.
 

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Any chance you'll be doing a Perihelion giveaway here on HWC? I liked the IC7 we tested. I wouldn't mind testing a new product.
This is a great group - You guys want to test both side by side? Or each get something different, ICD or Perihelion then compare
 

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