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Old 04-18-2006, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what do i use to remove thermal compound??? rubbing alcohol and a lint-free cloth????
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I think its 90%+ Isypropyl Alchohol, i think, and a coffee filter.
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ok, one of my ramsinks lost its adhesive. can i put some AS5 on it so it'll stick??
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Probably not, AS5 isnt really sticky so not meant to hold on ramsinks. I think they also make something along the lines of "thermal cement" that you can buy which will do the trick.
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i'm just going to buy more tape for the ramsinks....
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