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Google Translate, from Portuguese:
I wonder what proper thermal solution applied to the processor I5-3330,
for I see many on the market, only a few warnings about the composition of the folder
have to be compatible with a given type of metal or non-
may cause corrosion in the cooler or the processor surface itself
I mean ever seen compounds ceramique, zinc, silicon, silver, and platinum.
* What is the folder used by Intel that has come in the box of this processor, all I remember having a lunar gray to gray. *
(The translated to English word "folder", I assume must be the TIM or thermal paste used by Intel. I think "... composição da pasta" means the composition of the paste.)
You need a standard aluminum oxide type of Thermal Interface Material (TIM). The metallic portion of the heat sink is made of aluminum, so any TIM that would corrode aluminum would should not be used.
You do not need a special, expensive TIM for use with an i5-3330, and the Intel CPU cooler provided with that processor.
Intel uses a high quality aluminum oxide based TIM made by Dow Corning. That TIM is not sold in small quantities to individuals like you and me.
I have no idea what brands of TIM are sold where you live, but any of them that are not expensive will work fine.
Muito obrigada parsec !
Entendi, vai ajudar bastante a encontrar a pasta apropriada.
Então, no Brasil as mais comuns, atualmente, são implastec, ArticS, AarticC , Santech, CoolerM, Tt, GelidS e genéricas.
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Thank you very much to parsec, for the information provided.
And to NPSXCI, you can use any of the brands you mentioned above, just make sure it will not corrode aluminum.
Any questions, please let me know.