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are you sure!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?! nail polish remover!?!??!?!!?!?
almost works aswell as aqauvelva.
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ok! thanks taidihn! once again!
    
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goo gone. i wouldn't recommend it for you but i use it at work and it works fine for me.
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WOOOOOT! TOOK OFF THE THERMAL PASTE W/ 2 CENTERS OF COFFEE FILTERS IN A SWOOP OF IT! comes off sooooo easily! no residue or left overs or anything!
    
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the cpu is a e6300!!!!!
    
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WOOOOOT! TOOK OFF THE THERMAL PASTE W/ 2 CENTERS OF COFFEE FILTERS IN A SWOOP OF IT! comes off sooooo easily! no residue or left overs or anything!
Give it a couple seconds to dry and you should be good to go!
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sweeeeeet! i got a e6300...that doesnt show at newegg....meaning it sucks...how much will it go for taidihn?

and is it better than a e2180?
    
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sweeeeeet! i got a e6300...that doesnt show at newegg....meaning it sucks...how much will it go for taidihn?

and is it better than a e2180?
I believe Intel stopped producing E6300s, so Newegg should be out of stock with them if you can't find it.

My apologies, but I cannot appraisal your item. You must do it in the For Sale section of the forum. But for you to be able to post in the appraisal section, you must first have at least 35 reps.

E6300 is better.
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oooo :] ok thanks mr.taidihn!
    
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post #30 of 55
Arctic clean FTW!.... beyond that rubbing alcohol and acetone....... if you have to used water make sure that you wait a while for the processor to dry out, but I would not recommend H20.
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