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Hmm. Should I try reseating the heatsink? It was my first time, probably went haywire with the thermal paste. Hopefully that'll do it.

Since this heatsink has pipes running parallel to each other, should I stick the the BB of thermal paste? Or do a thin line running perpendicular to the heatpipes, to ensure they are all getting contacted? Or should I just spread it myself?

On cleaning the old good off, I've heard using Isopropyl ethanol is fine, with Q-tips. Do I need to remove the cpu from the mobo socket, or leave it in?
    
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Hmm. Should I try reseating the heatsink? It was my first time, probably went haywire with the thermal paste. Hopefully that'll do it.

Since this heatsink has pipes running parallel to each other, should I stick the the BB of thermal paste? Or do a thin line running perpendicular to the heatpipes, to ensure they are all getting contacted? Or should I just spread it myself?

On cleaning the old good off, I've heard using Isopropyl ethanol is fine, with Q-tips. Do I need to remove the cpu from the mobo socket, or leave it in?
Being a noob myself, I just used AS5 and did exactly what it said to here:

http://www.arcticsilver.com/methods.html

I never even installed the stock cooler to begin with, went straight to hyper 212 + and AS5.

Are your temps for stock speed?
Edited by Dadius - 9/22/10 at 5:03pm
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Don't use AS5 as it isn't as efficient, takes 2 weeks or longer to break in if you follow the instructions (it will NEVER break in properly if you just leave the system running 24/7), and needs to be replaced once every year or so. Use IC7 or Arctic Cooling MX2, 3, or 4.

Use this guide to apply your TIM. The last method seems to be the most effective.
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
Don't use AS5 as it isn't as efficient, takes 2 weeks or longer to break in if you follow the instructions (it will NEVER break in properly if you just leave the system running 24/7), and needs to be replaced once every year or so. Use IC7 or Arctic Cooling MX2, 3, or 4.

Use this guide to apply your TIM. The last method seems to be the most effective.
I started a thread not too long ago asking about AS5 OR MX3. Opinions seem to be mixed. I had already bought AS5 by then though.

What is this guide you speak of?

Edit: I now see I think you were talking about the arcticsilver guide I posted ... nm
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Sorry about the guide. I forgot to add the link. It's fixed now. And no, it wasn't the Arctic Silver Guide. That doesn't work properly on a heatsink like the 212+ with Direct Touch HeatPipe heatsinks.
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Sorry about the guide. I forgot to add the link. It's fixed now. And no, it wasn't the Arctic Silver Guide. That doesn't work properly on a heatsink like the 212+ with Direct Touch HeatPipe heatsinks.
Would you say that you should not use the single line method and apply NO AS 5 to the CPU and only apply 2 small lines on the 212+ base only???

I am thinking of re-seating my cooler to get better temps. Currently at the moderate OC i have, I get 30c idle and 72c under full load LinX or IBT. I think that is way too high for the 3.48Ghz i have at Auto voltages.
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Do EXACTLY what the last method in that guide states. That is the best way to do it.

And do NOT use AS5. Use something better like Arctic Cooling MX2, 3, or 4; IC7 Diamond, or Shin Etsu X23 if you feel like overpaying. AS5 takes WAY to long to break in. It needs over two weeks time to break in and cure during which the computer must be left off for at least an hour to cool down at least once per day (better if it is turned off 4 times or more per day) or it will NEVER properly break in. Since it takes so long to break in you won't know if you applied it incorrectly for a minimum of two weeks. That is simply unacceptable when there are better products that setup within a few minutes. AS5 is more marketing hype than anything else now that there are vastly superior products on the market.
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All that I have on hand is AS5 or the Stock TIM that came with the 212+....I'm gonna reseat it with AS5 for now since I believe that it will still outperform the stock compound, even if the break in period is longer. Will buy an Arctic Cooling MX TIM when I can.
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