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post #1481 of 5659
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Originally Posted by drmartin48106 View Post
I think I killed my scroll wheel!

I was looking though all the posts for I thought that there was a pick on applying paste to the e6600. Well I could not find it but I do remember that just apply aprox 1cm from left to right, or was it from top to bottom...?

Can someone please advise?
Left to right if you have a Quad core.
Top to Bottom for a Core 2
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post #1482 of 5659
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Check a few pages back at one of my posts with pictures attached. I managed to get the Spirit blowing towards the back of the case, but it was not easy and there is not much clearance. The picture and post should help you though.

Thanks. I'm hoping I can get it blowing to the back like yours. Any advice since you've been through this already?
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post #1483 of 5659
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Thanks. I'm hoping I can get it blowing to the back like yours. Any advice since you've been through this already?
Well, like I said in that post, you will have to disassemble the mounting hardware to get the one moving bracket in between the heatpipes. This requires a little trickery to get the screw in the middle out and then back in. If you can figure that out, you're good to go.
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post #1484 of 5659
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Well, like I said in that post, you will have to disassemble the mounting hardware to get the one moving bracket in between the heatpipes. This requires a little trickery to get the screw in the middle out and then back in. If you can figure that out, you're good to go.
Great. Thanks, will let you u know how it goes.
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So I think I have everything back to normal now in my system. My idle temps are 33-35 and load at 53-48 (core temp has lower temps than speedfan). I'm using the stock heatsink as my zalman seems to have crapped out on me, can I expect to get to 3GHz on stock? Or should I invest in another heatsink?
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post #1486 of 5659
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So I think I have everything back to normal now in my system. My idle temps are 33-35 and load at 53-48 (core temp has lower temps than speedfan). I'm using the stock heatsink as my zalman seems to have crapped out on me, can I expect to get to 3GHz on stock? Or should I invest in another heatsink?
3Ghz is a possibilty.....i can do that on the stock cooler no problem with my E6600, although i would still invest in a better cooler later on.
 
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post #1487 of 5659
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Left to right if you have a Quad core.
Top to Bottom for a Core 2
Thanks,
Its a core2. Just so to make sure... apply a line aprox 1 cm long (in the center) perpendicular to the expansion slots.
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post #1488 of 5659
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Thanks,
Its a core2. Just so to make sure... apply a line aprox 1 cm long (in the center) perpendicular to the expansion slots.
parrallel if you mean the pci slots.

For your Core 2 duo, the line should run perpendicular to the RAM. The Ram on this mobo is running left to right (horizontal), the line of Thermal Paste should run perp to that or Vertical.

Hope that makes sense?
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post #1489 of 5659
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parrallel if you mean the pci slots.

For your Core 2 duo, the line should run perpendicular to the RAM. The Ram on this mobo is running left to right (horizontal), the line of Thermal Paste should run perp to that or Vertical.

Hope that makes sense?
Yes that make sense. It does not seem like enough (1 cm), but I guess it spreads out (farliy thin) when the cooler it attached.

Thanks again,
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Thanks. I'm hoping I can get it blowing to the back like yours. Any advice since you've been through this already?
As you can see my thermaltake spirit blows away from the cpu.
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