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Originally Posted by wonka08 View Post
Umm... how much? If more than a pea-size drop then you put too much
Thermal paste is applied by placing the tip off-center about 4mm towards the direction of the fixed loop of the heatsink's retainer. You're looking at a pea size dot. Good reference would be a bead the diameter of Arctic Silver 5's tube, so think a cap-full on that.

You put it on, close the sink carefully over it then while holding down on the latching side use gentle twisting motions until you can feel a "on rails" effect from the sink. Latch the retainer then use a q-tip to pick up the remnants if you can reach them, bad for electronics to get dripped on.

How much ventilation does your CASE have? Most stock sinks work perfectly fine if there's enough case ventilation. If you don't have enough case venting you're just re-breathing hot air around the sink.

If you can dry your hands easily with the heat of the air coming out of your case, there isn't enough vent. If you cannot dry your hands at all with the heat coming out of your case, there isn't enough vent.
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Well you better go catch it!
That was quite stupid yet oddly funny...hmmm
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That was quite stupid yet oddly funny...hmmm
Everyone loves the old jokes, I think. Just one of those days...
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That was quite stupid yet oddly funny...hmmm
It's even funnier if you imagine it in Samuel L. Jackson's voice.
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ok i removed the cooler...what i saw was:
thermal paste was all over the socket, socket metal bracket(the one that holds tight the cpu), the cpu surfice and even on the edges and a spill of it on the mobo..it was pretty wet for a thermal paste..its a http://www.manhattan-products.com/en...thermal-grease that i bought for 0,9 €...the weird thing was that it was pretty wet for a thermal paste..it came out like water from the tube...
here are my temps now...
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ok i removed the cooler...what i saw was:
thermal paste was all over the socket, socket metal bracket(the one that holds tight the cpu), the cpu surfice and even on the edges and a spill of it on the mobo..it was pretty wet for a thermal paste..its a http://www.manhattan-products.com/en...thermal-grease that i bought for 0,9 €...the weird thing was that it was pretty wet for a thermal paste..it came out like water from the tube...
here are my temps now...
Get some real thermal paste and your temps will be even better. Try some mx-4 or shin-etsu x-23.
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It came out like water?
That means that the compound didn't really come out...it was probably old stock and separated, and you got the liquid part separated from the paste :/
That stuff has to be mixed up thoroughly before using it.

Anyway, that stuff is junk. Try some MX2, MX3 or MX4...either one is miles ahead of that stuff you have. And clean up the socket carefully before the magic smoke comes out....
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