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I dont know, maybe we should start one

Also, when you get the shin-etsu, it can be tough to spread out so get a cup of hot water and let it sit in there until it heats up, then wipe off the tube and apply you TIM. Try not to get any water in there, and you dont want to touch it because of the oils on your hands.
Yea i was also gonna say throw it in some hot water to let it get softer (pun)
I think we should start a thread..
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I dont know, maybe we should start one

Also, when you get the shin-etsu, it can be tough to spread out so get a cup of hot water and let it sit in there until it heats up, then wipe off the tube and apply you TIM. Try not to get any water in there, and you dont want to touch it because of the oils on your hands.



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hmm so just get the TIM to warm up a bit , but dropping the tube into hot water and then apply it , correct?

and yeah i think the rubbing alcohol i grabbed is 98% =P , it cleans the rez a lot faster.

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hmm so just get the TIM to warm up a bit , but dropping the tube into hot water and then apply it , correct?
Yes, not the TIM directly, you dont want any water getting between your cpu and heatsink.
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Yes, not the TIM directly, you dont want any water getting between your cpu and heatsink.
right, it would be funny if i squeezed the TIM into the water and it dissolved ): or if i tried to scoop it out of the hot water with my finger =P
    
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right, it would be funny if i squeezed the TIM into the water and it dissolved ): or if i tried to scoop it out of the hot water with my finger =P



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post #26 of 42
oh when you put the tim in the water make sure the part you push down on isnt in the water or else it might leak inside of the tube.
post #27 of 42
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got chu. thank you


what if i squeezed the TIM onto a spoon, and take a lighter and heat up the TIM thru the bottom of the spoon?

**** its like im smoking crack
    
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got chu. thank you


what if i squeezed the TIM onto a spoon, and take a lighter and heat up the TIM thru the bottom of the spoon?

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