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The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited 3-4 years it to my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed excessive temperatures and throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.
 
It doesn’t always help the temperature of the system as much as you think, but sometimes you need to do it because of the age of the old paste. High quality paste (Artic MX-4 in my case) didn’t fix the higher then comfortable temperatures on my computer entirely (partially because the MQ processors overload the heatsink setup) but I do know my CPU is running comfortably again and the paste isn’t dried out like most OEM paste at that age.
 
There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machineYour new rMBP isn’t at that point you need to do it yet.
There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machineYour new rMBP isn’t at that point you need to do it yet.

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The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited 3-4 years to do the paste onit to my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed excessive temperatures and throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.

It doesn’t always help the temperature of the system as much as you think, but sometimes you need to do it because of the age of the old paste. High quality paste (Artic MX-4 in my case) didn’t fix the higher then comfortable temperatures on my computer entirely (partially because the MQ processors overload the heatsink setup) but I do know my CPU is running comfortably again and the paste isn’t dried out like most OEM paste at that age.
The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited 3-4 years to do the paste onit to my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed excessive temperatures and throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.

It doesn’t always help the temperature of the system as much as you think, but sometimes you need to do it because of the age of the old paste. High quality paste (Artic MX-4 in my case) didn’t fix the higher then comfortable temperatures on my computer entirely (partially because the MQ processors overload the heatsink setup) but I do know my CPU is running comfortably again and the paste isn’t dried out like most OEM paste at that age.
 
There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machine isn’t at that point yet.

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The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited 3-4 years to do the paste on my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed temperature increases that were excessive temperatures and potentially throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.
The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited 3-4 years to do the paste on my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed temperature increases that were excessive temperatures and potentially throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.
 
There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machine isn’t at that point yet.

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The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited until 3-4 years to do the paste on my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed temperature increases that were excessive and potentially throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.
The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited until 3-4 years to do the paste on my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed temperature increases that were excessive and potentially throttling. It didn’t make sense to do it until the paste was old enough it’s a legitimate concern.
 
There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machine isn’t at that point yet.

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The machine is new enough the thermal paste is fine. I waited until 3-4 years to do the paste on my Latitude because it was at the point I noticed temperature increases that were excessive and potentially throttling.

There’s no need to do it until the machine has aged and the factory applied paste is dried out. The machine isn’t at that point yet.

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