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Old September 30, 2013, 05:15 PM
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Yeah if the factory stuff is applied just use it.
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ok guys i will not removed the preapplied :)
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other is get current software for Link

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Old October 1, 2013, 05:37 AM
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Pea size is usually too much though... more TIM is just extra stuff the heat has to go through before getting to the heatsink.
You only want the smallest amount to form a seal with no gaps.
Naw a pea is just perfect. It's just enough to fill gaps. I've never had it spill over or even cover the entire heat spreader. Pea is too much if you lather it on both sides like daz does.

Are you eating GM peas???? Cuz i mean a small pea about the size of a .17 cal BB.
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