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Originally Posted by Xx573v3xX_Z28 View Post
Same as AS5 says to basically

Thin line across the cpu
I doubt about it. I went to OCZ freezer's homepage and they have totally different instructions, in which you'll have to squeeze a little bit of paste (no more than a grain of rice) in the middle of the CPU instead of thin line across the cores like AS5.
    
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wut happen when you applied too much

i think i put one full layer on the cpu
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