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post #31 of 41
Could you post a pic of what the Spread looks like after dismounting the HSF from the CPU?

I would like to see if you are doing it properly.

Also if you could hold a razor blade up to the bottom of the Heatsink and the top of the CPU Heat spreader.

If you are not doing something wrong I would have to assume there is a CRATER in one or the other -_-

The fan is spinning when its on right? (hey its worth asking)
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post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by NitroNarcosis View Post
Could you post a pic of what the Spread looks like after dismounting the HSF from the CPU?

I would like to see if you are doing it properly.

Also if you could hold a razor blade up to the bottom of the Heatsink and the top of the CPU Heat spreader.

If you are not doing something wrong I would have to assume there is a CRATER in one or the other -_-

The fan is spinning when its on right? (hey its worth asking)
Yes, the fan is spinning. And if I took it off, would I have to put new thermal paste on?
post #33 of 41
I know it's not why your temps are so bad, but now might be a good time to upgrade the CPU fan. Almost anything is better than stock.
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I know it's not why your temps are so bad, but now might be a good time to upgrade the CPU fan. Almost anything is better than stock.
That's kind of what I was thinking. I'm probably gonna' get a Hyper 212+. Would that fix it?
post #35 of 41
Yeah definitely.
post #36 of 41
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Is this spread enough? I used the dot method...

Sorry for the crappy pic.
post #37 of 41
Dot works great most the time, but I would spread it on sb.
 
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Dot works great most the time, but I would spread it on sb.
Alright, that's kinda' what I thought. Seems to be the easiest way.
post #39 of 41
That looks like a very poor spread, I mean it should have gone further, especially since it looks like there is a lot still left in the center. I don't have any experience with this chip.

I do not like to spread it manually, but if you would like to give it a try. Use a credit card and pull out ward try not to get any pockets of air or lines in the paste.

Kind of like spackle, just don't use too much leave about 3 mm around the edge for spread, and do not cake it on just do a single line method.

Could you put a razor blade against the cleaned Heat sink and then put a flashlight right behind it and see if light passes under the blade. (You can use a flat metal ruler too)
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post #40 of 41
This is the OEM heatsink isn't it? Spread it good because it does not tighten down good enough to spread it well.

When you get your new heatsink, it should because it will screw down.
 
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