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do I use thermal compound?


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spikeyy

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Greetings, I bought a new Pentium-4, 2.53, {factory boxed}, The heat sink has a black square pad, someone told me not to use Thermal paste that it would do harm to the new CPU, I would have to use either one but not to combine the both. You guys are the PRO'S

What is your suggestion?

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yaa dont use grese and the pad but anyways the pad it came with should be fine some good thermal compound is better but since your just using a p4 2.53 you should be fine with the pad
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Thanks, ea6b607, At least someone can through with an answer.

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no problem
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