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Wow, you didn't apply any TIM? There's a major factor right there.

Also, AS5 really isn't that good any more. Sure it's ok, but the 200 hr cure time is really off-putting. Look into some Shin-Etsu.
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post #12 of 20
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Also, AS5 really isn't that good any more. Sure it's ok, but the 200 hr cure time is really off-putting. Look into some Shin-Etsu.
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post #13 of 20
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Use 90% (70% works too) Isopropyl alchohol from Walmart (costs like a dollar) and coffee filters (since they are lint free) to remove the TIM. I highly recommend the AS5 TIM, it is extremely efficient.
Id suggest OCZ freeze.

Only because AS5 is conductive and that leaves you prone to a accident.
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I bought some AS5. I don't know if I did a great job at apply it, but I got 57 degrees at load. Will I be able to run at this for 1-2 weeks? I want to wait tell Newegg refunds me my store credit before I buy a new cooler.
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I bought some AS5. I don't know if I did a great job at apply it, but I got 57 degrees at load. Will I be able to run at this for 1-2 weeks? I want to wait tell Newegg refunds me my store credit before I buy a new cooler.
Oh god. Please don't tell me you spread it with your finger. That is the worst way to apply AS5. X method is the best.

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80 degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius? If its celsius then theres a problem, if Fahrenheit then that is normal.
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Oh god. Please don't tell me you spread it with your finger. That is the worst way to apply AS5. X method is the best.

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I just used a method Maximum PC said to use. Which was put a beebee size dot in the middle of the processor and push the cooler down. I could re-do it if need be, but I would rather to leave it alone for now and order a new cooler once I get my store credit from Newegg.
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post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by Chalupa View Post
I bought some AS5. I don't know if I did a great job at apply it, but I got 57 degrees at load. Will I be able to run at this for 1-2 weeks? I want to wait tell Newegg refunds me my store credit before I buy a new cooler.
57C at load with the stock cooler sounds about right.

This is how you apply AS5
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Just dont ever ever go

AS5 to mouth
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Just dont ever ever go

AS5 to mouth
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