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Coolit ECO ALC presure over thermal compound

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Anyone knows if the mouting system of the Coolit ECO ALC water cooling kit requires the same amount of thermal compound as the noctua nh-d14?

One of my friends mounted it in the wrong way and his AS5 is at someone else in another city.

So I thought that my nt-h1 will help, but I want to know how much shall I use with the pea method
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Mushkin Callisto 60GB SSD + Samsung Spinpoint F... Asus DRW-24B1ST Noctua NH-D14 Windows 7 Ultimate X64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
LG W2261VP 22" 1080p 2ms Logitech G11 Corsair CMPSU 650TXEU CoolerMaster HAF922 
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The thermal paste application method depends more on the cpu. I personally apply a thin layer spread over the whole cpu evenly. That method has worked for me the best.

Follow this guide for application methods, pretty much applies to the majority of TIM.
http://www.arcticsilver.com/methods.html
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