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Leaked Thermal Paste

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its fine. Its non conductive so it wont hurt anything if it does for some reason drip and drop beyond making a small mess you can then clean up with a paper towel and isopropl alcohol. 

Hi guys!

 

I'm doing my first build and just mounted a Vetroo V5 with the included mystery paste. Some of the compound has squeezed out between the heat pipes, there doesn't seem to be enough space for me to clean it with a Q-tip. I was wondering if I should remove the cooler and repaste?

 

Thanks in advance!

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its fine. Its non conductive so it wont hurt anything if it does for some reason drip and drop beyond making a small mess you can then clean up with a paper towel and isopropl alcohol. 

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