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found this for anyone who dont know how to apply thermal paste, some good pics and lower temps using silver 5


http://www.techwarelabs.com/reviews/cooling/arctic_silver5/

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Re: Arctic silver 5 how to apply pics and specs on temps
« Reply #1 on: 20-December-05, 06:52:19 »
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    Re: Arctic silver 5 how to apply pics and specs on temps
    « Reply #2 on: 20-December-05, 07:17:25 »
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  • That's fine for older chipsets. It's even easier to apply on CPUs with large Integrated Heat Spreaders. ArcticSilver's own website has instructions for both types of CPUs and they are excellent guides.
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    Re: Arctic silver 5 how to apply pics and specs on temps
    « Reply #3 on: 08-January-06, 20:53:40 »
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  • ArcticSilver's own website has instructions for both types of CPUs and they are excellent guides.

    yes but they give another site links like above...

    http://www.arcticsilver.com/as5.htm
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    Re: Arctic silver 5 how to apply pics and specs on temps
    « Reply #4 on: 09-January-06, 10:24:59 »
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  • I believe the site links to which you are referring are reviews, which, if the review is decent, also happen to give instructions on how to use the reviewed item.
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