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Old 11-07-2010, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys. In relation to my other topic "Hard drive defected?" i have come to think it could be the mobo. I have contacted ASUS and explained the problem and they seem to think it is a faulty board. Just dont know what else to do.... but it means taking all the parts out including CPU which i am confused about. Will i have to apply more paste to it on the next board?
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Yes, you will have to apply it again on your next board
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Yes, you will have to re-apply the thermal paste if you RMA the motherboard. Do not re-use any of the old thermal paste.
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