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Basically, make an open masking tape square on the base of your heatsink, squirt some TIM on it, then take a razor blade and use that to spread the TIM evenly into the square. Remove tape and you've got yourself a thin, square, flat, layer of TIM with no air bubbles.

Let the heatsink sit for a while, but don't let crap get on the base, then mount it to your CPU.
Would you recommend doing this method even on the h50 heatsink??
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It's probably what Corsair did, though with a slightly fancier prefabricated stencil and a robot to spread the compound.

It should work on pretty much any waterblock or heatsink. So, yeah, go for it.
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It's probably what Corsair did, though with a slightly fancier prefabricated stencil and a robot to spread the compound.

It should work on pretty much any waterblock or heatsink. So, yeah, go for it.
Cool, thank man, repped. I should be getting the TIM friday and ill let you guys know how it turned out and temp changes (if any).
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