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I found that you could just place a small (half grain of rice sized) dab of AS5 on the CPU, then use the heatsink to gently rub the AS5 around the CPU til it is covered.

Please correct me if I am wrong on applying that much or using that method to a lapped heatsink, I have found this works with a lapped CPU's IHS + lapped heatsink.
    
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It worked for me several times on my non-lapped setup... i bet it works the same with lapped sinks though... an that might be it too... I tightened the TT too soon and I had barely any play when I tried twisting it... I might have to loosen it up a it and twist some more...
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