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Tt Andy

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Whats your preferred method of removing thermal paste? for me i use 80%+ isopropyl alcohol and toilet paper


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I've heard of people using a coffee filter, so they don't leave any paper residue on the chip.


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I just use paper towels to clean off the paste and maybe use some 7% alcohol to clean if I really need too.

 

I put a good amount of paste on and get some satisfying results.


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Paper towel and coffee filter sounds best, how often should one be using Thermal Paste?



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Paper towel and coffee filter sounds best, how often should one be using Thermal Paste?

 

I usually dont re-paste for up to 12 months.

 

I Normally upgrade before that!


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