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Well dude, I think you should put a small piece of therm paste in the middle of the CPU, and why dont u just remove the fan and make it Push/Pull? 2 fans blowing at each other is rather stupid (no offence of course) lol
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Oh and also, Updated! Welcome to our little club!
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Well dude, I think you should put a small piece of therm paste in the middle of the CPU, and why dont u just remove the fan and make it Push/Pull? 2 fans blowing at each other is rather stupid (no offence of course) lol
I know right! Gawd what was I thinking.

Do you guys just apply the paste using your fingers? It might be another stupid question but this is my first pc build.

And thanks for the warm welcome!


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No, Use something like a card or sumthing to spread it and then put on the cooler
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For HDT coolers like the TX3, it's best to apply the paste on the aluminium lanes between the copper pipes and let the paste spread itself when you seat the cooler.
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I just put it on the CPU and then seated the cooler, it spread perfectly.
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I just put it on the CPU and then seated the cooler, it spread perfectly.
Me too, IMHO that's the failsafe way to do it, as it works best for most coolers.
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Me too, IMHO that's the failsafe way to do it, as it works best for most coolers.
I took off the cooler recently to install my new 92mm Fan and noticed the thermal paste was like.. perfect lol
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