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Yeah, I'm guilty of adding too much aswell. I know perfectly well how to properly apply it, but I almost never do. What else doesn't help is my shaky hands.

I just get too darn excited every time!
YES, especially since i didn't have a lot of clearance for one of the screws
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post #22 of 24
Looks like the paste is spilled on the mobo itself? Just try and clean the excess paste mate.
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Now on to lapping.
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post #24 of 24
how about a line across the whole cpu? is that too much?
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