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Old 6th November 2005, 02:43 PM   #1
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Default Thermally Conductive Adhesive? Loctite 384

I'm in the process of assembling a Class A premap, and am wondering if anyone has any experience with repairable thermally conductive adhesives such as Loctite 384 (link below). I think using a conductive adhesive would make assembly easier, as well as open possibilities for assembly that would otherwise be difficult with the more traditional screw/silpad type of construction. Any thoughts?
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Old 6th November 2005, 03:46 PM   #2
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Can look to Arctic Silver as well, they make heat conducting pastes for CPU's and whatnot, but they have an adhesive as well.
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