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post #11 of 14
The hegrease should net better temps by 1-3C.

itll be alot easier to spread when warm. I would go for th ehalf a pea size amount but still apply it in a short line.
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The hegrease should net better temps by 1-3C.

itll be alot easier to spread when warm. I would go for th ehalf a pea size amount but still apply it in a short line.
Okay.
post #13 of 14
TTIM print is what thermal paste looks like when you remove cooler. Should be a circle just reaching the middle of the sides of the square CPU cover. The CPU chips are in the middle of CPU in a line.

Indeed, Half a pea in middle usually spreads to all sides. Or a line the size of 2-3 grains of rice end to end. Not sure on FX8320 is line is side to side or up and down.
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billbartuska, what's the throttle option in bios called?

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