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Old 2013-11-01, 00:28   #45
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Is IC Diamond electrically conductive? I'm looking for something for a GPU waterblock. If I can't find any thermal pads for the RAM I'm going to have to use paste and I think that is where the difficulties arise with respect to electrical conductivity.
The datasheet says "Non capacitive or electrically conductive".

http://innovationcooling.com/data_sheet.html
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Old 2013-11-01, 00:52   #46
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Is IC Diamond electrically conductive?
Anyone want to wonder why buckyball, carbon tube, or graphene based pasted isn't commercially available?
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Old 2013-11-01, 10:54   #47
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Anyone want to wonder why buckyball, carbon tube, or graphene based pasted isn't commercially available?
Who wants to deal with inhalation epidemiology?
search: carbon tube fiber health risks
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Researcher warns of health risks with carbon nanotubes
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...8092134.htm‎
Jan 19, 2011 - Carbon nanotubes, which are extremely small fibers used in many new light and strong materials, may present health risks if inhaled, in the worst case ... 22, 2011) — Researchers demonstrate that a carbon nanotube coating ...

Technical FAQ with Lennard Zinn: Is carbon fiber dust safe ...
velonews.competitor.com/.../technical-faq-with-lennard-zinn-is-carbon-fi...‎
Mar 8, 2011 - Is carbon fiber dust, particularly CNT (Easton 'Nanotube') ... to one of those experts about the health hazard of fine, airborne composite dust.

Carbon nanotube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_nanotube‎
Not to be confused with Carbon fiber. ..... were more toxic than quartz, which is considered a serious occupational health hazard when chronically inhaled.

Shorter fibers key to safer carbon nanotubes. - Environmental Health ...
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Feb 5, 2013 - A shorter carbon nanotube may be a safer one, according to a group of ... the materials' structural fibers and tested their health effects in mice.
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Old 2015-02-23, 19:06   #48
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A sauna is just not something I would expect many people to have.
http://www.seattlepi.com/news/medica...dy-6096467.php
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Old 2015-02-23, 20:55   #49
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Eh? Is thermal pasted used in obscure sauna rituals?
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Old 2015-02-23, 21:26   #50
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Eh? Is thermal pasted used in obscure sauna rituals?
Ever heard of KY?
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Old 2015-02-23, 23:41   #51
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Ever heard of KY?
No. Please explain, preferably in your own words, with diagrams where appropriate.
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