Thermal Paste Removal/Installation Guide

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Osoclocker69

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You mean you don't use any thermal paste? If yes then you must be retarded
 

Osoclocker69

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*Alcohol.
And why don't you use it? There's nothing wrong with it, and I bet you just leave some bits of dry thermal paste because you don't use alcohol.
 

Osoclocker69

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Getting "Ok temps" doesn't mean the will be "Ok" for every other CPU, specially the ones with overclock.
And alcohol is not "sh*tty", it actually helps cleaning quite a lot.
 

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Thx for help! I'm so stupid, I thought the thermal paste would make the cpu cooler stuck to the cpu >_<, I'm kinda a noob but I know the basics like graphics cards, CPUs , the differnce of what CPUs go on what motherboards like 1150 and 2011 boards, ssds are faster then a HHd, types power supplys, and what some of the best cpu coolers are. Now I just need to learn how to over clock the fudge out out of graphics cards and CPUs! Again Thx for the help! :p
 

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not to mention also leaving behind debris from the napkins all over the surface of the CPU and where ever else it was near, Napkins are also static generators.
 
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