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Spread a nice tin layer of it and make it as even as possible, screw it on and then take it off again so you can see if the connection is good.

You certainly do NOT want to do that wink.gif --> it creates air-bubbles that will "pop" and thus creating warm places cause not making contact with cooler...

I did it also like that, but after viewing this movie, use the rice-grain (or small pea) method!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4


1) Clean off ALL thermal stuff on heatsink of CPU and of Cooler.

2) Apply the new stuff, use a good one like Thermalright Chillfactor, Zalman STG-01 or 02, Arctic Silver, etc... (just NOT the stock one and watch out it's NOT conductive, should you hit some contacts...)

3) Align your cooler above your cpu and PUT IT IN 1 SHOT on the right place (don't move it anymore)

4) Tighten all screws (probably 4) with your hand until it just tightens up.

5) Tighten them diagonally with screwdriver (like changing wheel of car) NOT 1 corner fully tightened and then 2nd corner etc...
   
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post #12 of 24
100C is to the point where you risk damage to your chip. Be careful!

My advice Would be to try these three things:

1. Reapply the thermal paste. Make sure the old thermal paste is completely removed with a lint free cloth and some TIM cleaner or just a little bit of rubbing alcohol. People recommend different ways to spread the paste (I usually just put a small dot in the middle) but I've found a greater temp difference is more easily achieved by using a higher quality paste. Make sure to press down firmly and not lift the cooler as that will introduce air bubbles in the paste.

2. Add a more powerful fan to the cooler. The stock fan pushes 60 CFM max. A more powerful fan should drop your temps a bit.

3. Check airflow in the case. Is the air coming out of the back really hot? Higher case temps mean hotter air is being passed over your Gemini, reducing its effectiveness. If this is the problem a more powerful exhaust fan should do the trick.
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You certainly do NOT want to do that --> it creates air-bubbles that will "pop" and thus creating warm places cause not making contact with cooler...

I did it also like that, but after viewing this movie, use the rice-grain (or small pea) method!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4


1) Clean off ALL thermal stuff on heatsink of CPU and of Cooler.

2) Apply the new stuff, use a good one like Thermalright Chillfactor, Zalman STG-01 or 02, Arctic Silver, etc... (just NOT the stock one and watch out it's NOT conductive, should you hit some contacts...)

3) Align your cooler above your cpu and PUT IT IN 1 SHOT on the right place (don't move it anymore)

4) Tighten all screws (probably 4) with your hand until it just tightens up.

5) Tighten them diagonally with screwdriver (like changing wheel of car) NOT 1 corner fully tightened and then 2nd corner etc...

alright smile.gif i'll do my best to remember the myriad pieces of advice i got from all you guys, and I hope i do it right. i'll have to do with the coolermaster stock paste tho.
   
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post #14 of 24
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100C is to the point where you risk damage to your chip. Be careful!

My advice Would be to try these three things:

1. Reapply the thermal paste. Make sure the old thermal paste is completely removed with a lint free cloth and some TIM cleaner or just a little bit of rubbing alcohol. People recommend different ways to spread the paste (I usually just put a small dot in the middle) but I've found a greater temp difference is more easily achieved by using a higher quality paste. Make sure to press down firmly and not lift the cooler as that will introduce air bubbles in the paste.

2. Add a more powerful fan to the cooler. The stock fan pushes 60 CFM max. A more powerful fan should drop your temps a bit.

3. Check airflow in the case. Is the air coming out of the back really hot? Higher case temps mean hotter air is being passed over your Gemini, reducing its effectiveness. If this is the problem a more powerful exhaust fan should do the trick.

uhh, i dont live in the US, and in my country, there aren't local shops where i can walk in and buy a new fan. gotta do it online only. and since im a student, im on a really tight budget. i dont think i can buy anything new soon, but thanks for the advice.
   
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And can i use hand santitizer to clean off the paste? I think it's ethanol or sth like that.
   
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post #16 of 24
how are you monitoring these temps?
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how are you monitoring these temps?

core temp 1.0 RC3. real temp reports the same, but i like core temp.
   
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post #18 of 24
Give us some screenshots of 5 mins of prime small fft's
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You certainly do NOT want to do that wink.gif --> it creates air-bubbles that will "pop" and thus creating warm places cause not making contact with cooler...
I did it also like that, but after viewing this movie, use the rice-grain (or small pea) method!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4
1) Clean off ALL thermal stuff on heatsink of CPU and of Cooler.
2) Apply the new stuff, use a good one like Thermalright Chillfactor, Zalman STG-01 or 02, Arctic Silver, etc... (just NOT the stock one and watch out it's NOT conductive, should you hit some contacts...)
3) Align your cooler above your cpu and PUT IT IN 1 SHOT on the right place (don't move it anymore)
4) Tighten all screws (probably 4) with your hand until it just tightens up.
5) Tighten them diagonally with screwdriver (like changing wheel of car) NOT 1 corner fully tightened and then 2nd corner etc...

I didn't see anywhere in those videos where he got a good contact? I don't want 70% of my cpu covered, I want 100%!
    
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You certainly do NOT want to do that wink.gif --> it creates air-bubbles that will "pop" and thus creating warm places cause not making contact with cooler...
I did it also like that, but after viewing this movie, use the rice-grain (or small pea) method!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4
1) Clean off ALL thermal stuff on heatsink of CPU and of Cooler.
2) Apply the new stuff, use a good one like Thermalright Chillfactor, Zalman STG-01 or 02, Arctic Silver, etc... (just NOT the stock one and watch out it's NOT conductive, should you hit some contacts...)
3) Align your cooler above your cpu and PUT IT IN 1 SHOT on the right place (don't move it anymore)
4) Tighten all screws (probably 4) with your hand until it just tightens up.
5) Tighten them diagonally with screwdriver (like changing wheel of car) NOT 1 corner fully tightened and then 2nd corner etc...

I didn't see anywhere in those videos where he got a good contact? I don't want 70% of my cpu covered, I want 100%!

You just want the mostly center covered.

Personally I have the IHS about 80-95% covered tongue.gif
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