You might not think about it much but thermal paste plays an important role in ensuring your cooling system works properly. The thermal paste is an important component for computer cases as.
it’s used for increasing the transfer of heat from the CPU to the heatsink and also its longevity.
This blog will talk about the different types of thermal paste on the market,
how to choose the right thermal paste, and also a run-down of some of the different thermal paste brands that can be used in conjunction with your PC case.
If you’re assembling a brand-new gaming computer then thermal paste might not be on your list of priorities. The sad thing is that a lot of people take this step for granted.
The whole point of thermal paste is to ensure that the components of your computer are not just working well with each other, but that they are working well with the cooling system.
This blog will look at thermal paste, how it works and why it is important.
Clean Thermal Paste Off CPU Safely
People are always confused about thermal paste because a lot of people say that you don’t need it or that you can just use your own thermal paste. While this is partially true, there are a few key things to consider before you take off the thermal paste that’s currently on your CPU.
Here are some tips on how to clean thermal paste off and how to apply thermal paste.
Buy Some dry microfiber cloths 90% or higher with isopropyl alcohol. Ideally 99%
If your computer is relatively old and worn, you may have tried multiple times to replace the thermal paste but have been unsuccessful – this may be because your heatsink is not properly fitted to the CPU.
Be sure to be gentle when removing the heatsink from your CPU in order to prevent any potential damage to either part. First, let your computer run for around 15 minutes.
This will make it easier to remove the CPU cooler because, after a while, thermal paste softens and makes separating the CPU from the heatsink/heat shrink easier. Putting alcohol on clothes and cleaning CPU Thermal past.
Reapply CPU Thermal Past and wait for 2 & 3 Minutes to dry the CPU Thermal past and the reaplly CPC Cooler.