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I will be installing my hyper 212 tomorrow and have never applied any compound always used stock HSF. Iv'e been reading and so far its been suggested a horizontal line or a small blob in the middle of the cpu the size of a grain of rice? Are these the correct practices?

What is the best way? I don't want to have to remount would like to get it working the first time.
 

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I will be installing my hyper 212 tomorrow and have never applied any compound always used stock HSF. Iv'e been reading and so far its been suggested a horizontal line or a small blob in the middle of the cpu the size of a grain of rice? Are these the correct practices?

What is the best way? I don't want to have to remount would like to get it working the first time.
I do it according to AS5 instructions:

http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appi..._quad_wcap.pdf
 

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A small dab for dual cores, a line for quads, or stenciling for anything.
 

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Yep, it really depends on what type of TIM you are using. The stickier stuff I usually spread out a bit before mounting the HSF. The thinner stuff I do a glob in the middle of the CPU and let the pressure do the work.
 
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