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Alright, about the paste, do i need to wipe off the old one, and put the new one on? Or just apply the new one above the old?
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post #32 of 36
You will need to wipe out the old one completely and apply the new one.. both on the cpu and on the cooler.
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http://hardocp.com/article/2011/07/2...cooler_review/

Thermalright HR-02 Macho is probably the best cooler out there from a value perspective.
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Originally Posted by R4Z0R View Post
You kidding? My 212+ gets 62c at 4.2ghz. Either youre not using a good TIM, or you dont know what youre talking about. AND, since he has a SB, his proc is going to emit even LESS heat than my X6.
30-32c here @ 4.0ghz. I'm glad I avoided the 212.
    
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Thank guy, the 212+ brought my system back to 45C maximum I on a budget so cant spend a lot.
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70 is absolutely safe, by the way. However, at least now you can overclock because now you have the 212+.
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