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post #11 of 16
It depends on the TIM not the cpu make .

For instance , mx2 or mx4 don't need a cure time .
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I cured my AS5 by playing games and it worked out fine. I did'nt really do anything special like stress testing to get the temp to raise then fall.

But I did notice that after a couple months of use (mostly gaming & web browsing), im geting better temps then I did when it was first applied. About 3C cooler at idle and about 5C cooler while doing intel burn test.
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I cured my AS5 by playing games and it worked out fine. I did'nt really do anything special like stress testing to get the temp to raise then fall.

But I did notice that after a couple months of use (mostly gaming & web browsing), im geting better temps then I did when it was first applied. About 3C cooler at idle and about 5C cooler while doing intel burn test.
Yes. Usually playing games then put it on idle when you sleep or some everyday stuff will be enough.
I said to do stress tests but it's just the example of going High temp to low temp makes it help curing.
So do normal tasks if you are a gamer and see the temp change after week or so.
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Just use the PC lol.. That's how you cure it.
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Yes. Usually playing games then put it on idle when you sleep or some everyday stuff will be enough.
I said to do stress tests but it's just the example of going High temp to low temp makes it help curing.
So do normal tasks if you are a gamer and see the temp change after week or so.

I leave MY PC on 24/7 tho

The least its ever on is minimum 12 hours. lol
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I leave MY PC on 24/7 tho

The least its ever on is minimum 12 hours. lol
That's why I said to leave it idle. I never turn mine off either.
Only time when I turn off comp is when I get BSOD or want to change something in BIOS.
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That's why I said to leave it idle. I never turn mine off either.
Only time when I turn off comp is when I get BSOD or want to change something in BIOS.
you mean like sleep mode?
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