Unfortunately (or fortunately), the results reached by the thermal compounds we tested in this batch are pretty much the same we are accustomed to seeing.
The five commercial thermal compounds were within the normal curve of performance, which means that they are good products.
The big question of the day was: is spray oil (nowadays used for several purposes) a good thermal compound? Well, let’s say it is as good as the other “alternative” compounds we tested so far (lipstick, toothpaste). It will work at first, but nobody knows how long it will endure before flowing away and degrading the cooling performance.