On Mon, Oct 18, 1999 at 10:17:55AM +0100, Geoff Boyle mentioned:
> Make sure you use the thinest possible coating of compound. A thicker
> coating will reduce the thermal 'connection' between CPU and heatsink
> drastically. Use just enough to provide a visible coating on the heatsink.
No need to worry about that. The excess was all over my fingers. Still
some on the PSU (didn't have a tissue handy).
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