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Most OEM thermal material is as good as deadpaste “expires” after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to havesome manufacturers having issues after 2. Acers tend2 years like Dell. Acer paste usually lasts for 3-4 years before it’s too far gone and needs to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspectreplaced. That said, a lot of the time even half descent OEM paste has gone badgoes bad within 1-2 years.
Most OEM thermal material is as good as deadpaste “expires” after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to havesome manufacturers having issues after 2. Acers tend2 years like Dell. Acer paste usually lasts for 3-4 years before it’s too far gone and needs to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspectreplaced. That said, a lot of the time even half descent OEM paste has gone badgoes bad within 1-2 years.
 
Clean outThe first thing I’d do on a machine like this is clean the dust and removerepaste the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything elsemachine - this usually solves the problemthermal issues like this. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when II’ve had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 becausebefore. I’m not fond of it has a tendency to dryon laptops since I’ve had issues with batch quality where it dried out in the center for me and has happened with multiple batches (bringing the issue back)middle and needed to be redone again. It is also slightly conductive, along with having a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so longhours). I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is usedOEM thermal paste require a strong solvent or a cleaner like [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean].
Clean outThe first thing I’d do on a machine like this is clean the dust and removerepaste the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything elsemachine - this usually solves the problemthermal issues like this. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when II’ve had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 becausebefore. I’m not fond of it has a tendency to dryon laptops since I’ve had issues with batch quality where it dried out in the center for me and has happened with multiple batches (bringing the issue back)middle and needed to be redone again. It is also slightly conductive, along with having a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so longhours). I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is usedOEM thermal paste require a strong solvent or a cleaner like [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean].

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me and has happened with multiple batches (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me and has happened with multiple batches (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given theMX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given theMX-4] or [https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002CQU14A/|Noctua NT-H1] given a choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me(bringingme (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center for me(bringingme (bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center (bringingfor me(bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours)hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because it has a tendency to dry out in the center (bringingfor me(bringing the issue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in period (up to 200 hours)hours) - I can get a modern paste without any of these drawbacks. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [product|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because ofit has a tendency to dry out in the center (bringing the slight conductivenessissue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in periodperiod (up to 200 hours). I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|ArtiCleanproduct|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because ofit has a tendency to dry out in the center (bringing the slight conductivenessissue back) and is slightly conductive, along with a break-in periodperiod (up to 200 hours). I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|ArtiCleanproduct|IF179-023|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|ArtiClean] is used.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long. I’ve also found most of it doesn’t come off without fighting it unless [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|ArtiClean] is used.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artichttps://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [https://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artichttps://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [Artic MX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] givenhttps://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [Artic MX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] givenhttps://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://ArticArtic MX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://ArticArtic MX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] givenMX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] givenMX-4|http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|ArticMX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|ArticMX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [[http://Artichttp://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [[http://Artichttp://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.
 
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [++https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic[http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.++long.
Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [++https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic[http://Artic MX-4|https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/]|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.++long.

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Most OEM thermal material is as good as dead after 3-4 years, with Dell seeming to have issues after 2. Acers tend to be in the 3-4 year group, but I still suspect the paste has gone bad.

Clean out the dust and remove the heatsink for a repaste before doing anything else - this usually solves the problem. Refer to [guide|105309|this guide] to remove the heatsink and repaste the machine. I use [++https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Performance-Heatsink-Interface-Material/dp/B075FRTRJ5/|Artic MX-4] given the choice, but when I had to do one of my machines I lost it and needed to use AS5. I don’t like AS5 because of the slight conductiveness and break-in period. I ended up finding my MX-4 but the oils separated because I forgot about it so long.++

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