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I'll try the dot method. What do you mean by putting mx-3 in hot water to soften it up?
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Originally Posted by lowkickqop View Post
I'll try the dot method. What do you mean by putting mx-3 in hot water to soften it up?
Dip it in warm water for a few minutes to make it more runny. While in the syringe of course.
That will make it spread better when you install the heatsink.
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Dip it in warm water for a few minutes to make it more runny. While in the syringe of course.
K I was unsure what you meant.
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