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Use some toothpaste in the mean time, colgate total preffered. Ok no, just kidding.

You will be fine for a short period of time, just dont go stress testing and benchmarking. Probably should enable cool n quite too.
I was actually going to get some toothpaste....
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What's the CPU? I've actually run dual-core Wolfdale chips without any TIM before and it was fine. Not that I'd recommend it though.
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Just because you find yourself being mounted but a hot dirty hooker doesn't mean you should do her without a rubber.

Play it safe and pick up some paste.
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What's the CPU? I've actually run dual-core Wolfdale chips without any TIM before and it was fine. Not that I'd recommend it though.
IT's a q6600 and i just looked at my current cpu (e6320) and apprently i put a ****load of thermal paste on....im rubbing some off with my finger and putting it on the q6600...talk about being ghetto..
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I was actually going to get some toothpaste....
Nah, if anything I believe it would hurt. Just cuz its minty and cool in ur mouth, not so much for cpu. Plus its grainy and Im sure contains lots of air bubbles, not good for disapating heat from IHS to heatsink.
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The whole purpose of TIM is to fill in the air bubbles that surface imperfections cause. Once you break the bond of the TIM and CPU, the TIM has surface imperfections as well.
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In thoery your temps would likely be very bad, just go buy some new thermal Paste
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Those are pretty decent..wouldn't you say?
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post #19 of 19
That's not to bad, but for 0 load it's a bit high. I wouldn't stress it to much before doing it right.
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