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    Default HY810 and HY880 Compound Review

    Introduction Today, we have the rare opportunity to review a product that hasn’t been revealed in any way, or form of media exposure. Because of our great business relationship with Tuniq, we have been asked to test a couple prospective compounds they are considering. With our extensive testing methods and known heat output of the FX-9370 220w TDP processor, we have been asked to test the HY810 and HY880 compounds strictly against the Tuniq TX-4 to determine if it’s worth an investment for the company. This is a rare opportunity for PureOC! Before we get started, let’s find out more about Tuniq…

    Tuniq was formed as a division of Sunbeamtech and took on a whole new direction in product designs.

    We at Tuniq aim to provide authentic performance through a minimalist approach by stripping down the unnecessary components in product designs. Our research and development team consists of members who have over a decade of experience as well as young designers who are able to think outside of the box. It is this unique merge of experience and fresh ideas that enables us to bring to our customers such exquisite, elegant, top-quality products. We feel that product design should be Zen-like: simple, functional, harmonious and without fails. Each product from Tuniq aims to combine the virtues of high performance, elegant design, and extraordinary value. When handling a Tuniq product, you will appreciate its impeccable finish and will be pleasantly amazed by its quality and performance.* With the multitude of awards and acclaims that each of our products has received, we have proven that our vision and approach is the right one and we will continue to provide our valued customers with new and better products.

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    Great Review Joe it would be nice if were available and i hope i will be soon thanks for posting

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    Default Re: HY810 and HY880 Compound Review

    Cool. been a while since I have seen a new compound worth looking at. Do you have any pics of it outside the tube?
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    Default Re: HY810 and HY880 Compound Review

    Good Review Joe, the 880 looks to be an excellent performer regarding to High OC, just wondering is it also hard to spread it over the CPU (to dense), as the TX-4?
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    Good review on that TIM what was the application method that was used on the processor
    was it a line, X, drop, or did you actually spread it over the chip?

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    Default Re: HY810 and HY880 Compound Review

    Thanks for the preview / review! I read it with great interest. Back when several of us here tested IC Diamond (an excellent TIM), I found that TX-4 was a bit better over all for the small collection of TIMs that I examined in comparison. So would definitely be interested in the HY880 if it ever came to market.
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    Good tim.Might just need to try it.

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