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The problem is that you used thermal paste with the stock cooler. Did you not notice the pads on the bottom of the intel HSF that melt to form a seal when you first use it?
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The problem is that you used thermal paste with the stock cooler. Did you not notice the pads on the bottom of the intel HSF that melt to form a seal when you first use it?
I got those all messed up with my fingers and ended up wiped 'em off.
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I have seen 5 myself


FACT: 40% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
FYI. Not conductive. It's Capacitive

Please dont make up anything like you said yourself.
    
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FYI. Not conductive. It's Capacitive

Please dont make up anything like you said yourself.
Always glad to learn something...and It is the Internet...nuff said TBG!

Found this just to be informative and to clarify all wrongs on the interwebs. SWAWL!

capacitive

1) The ratio of charge to potential on an electrically charged, isolated conductor.

2) The ratio of the electric charge transferred from one to the other of a pair of conductors to the resulting potential difference between them.

conductive
The ability or power to conduct or transmit heat, electricity, or sound.
Edited by NitroNarcosis - 3/30/11 at 9:12pm
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An actual pea-sized amount is too much, let alone 2 pea sized amounts.

You want like a BB sized amount.

Also dont use AS5, its terrible by todays standards.
No its not.
Its overpriced and it doesnt cool as well as Shin Etsu and others but its still a very respectable TIM.
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If I've run it at 100C for about 25 mins will it do anything?
Isn't the TJMax for SB chips 100c? It should have shut itself down at that point.
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capacitive

1) The ratio of charge to potential on an electrically charged, isolated conductor.

2) The ratio of the electric charge transferred from one to the other of a pair of conductors to the resulting potential difference between them.

conductive
The ability or power to conduct or transmit heat, electricity, or sound.
Yeah, either way, I would still be careful with AS5.

I made like 5 posts in the last few days repeatedly saying it's not conductive because someone always confuses the two C words with each other
    
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post #28 of 41
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So if I wipe everything off, do I have to do the priming thing, or can I just put the thermal paste dot on and squish it down with the heatsink? Or should I use the AS5 recommended method with the line?
What "priming" thing? (probably not.)

when you clean it off, use a bit of rubbing alcohol (90% or higher Isopropyl) to make sure you have gotten ALL of the old paste off. Never ever ever reuse thermal paste.

just put one rice/BB sized dot on the CPU, and attach the heatsink, the pressure will flatten out the paste. If you use your finger to smooth it out you can create air bubbles which is bad for temps.

And remember, less is better for thermal paste. its only supposed to fill in the tiny gap between the CPU and heatsink (and the impurities in each surface).

And like other people said, be extremely careful that you get all four pins/locks set properly for the mounting, since they can be somewhat tricky, and if they are not all the way in, you will get terrible temps since the heatsink is not making complete contact.
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post #29 of 41
I have found the best way to mount those GD stock coolers is with a flat head screw driver.

At least on my stock Q6600 it has a groove for one on each little compression spoke. I put a little force from above and they snapped right in.

I agree with those above CRISS-CROSS pattern.

1-----3

4-----2
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So I put on some new thermal paste, remounted the heatsink, and I still get horrible temps.
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