Thermal pad/motherboard Tags: Laptops Cooling Motherboards Windows Vista Last response: October 25, 2010 8:28 PM in Windows Vista Share Anonymous a b D Laptop a b V Motherboard October 25, 2010 4:41:22 PM Hello, if my thermal pad is not properly functioning or cooling my laptop will this damage my motherboard More about : thermal pad motherboard Jonmor68 a b D Laptop October 25, 2010 8:28:34 PM If you are reffering to the thermal pad between the cpu and heatsink, then yes it will cause damage if you keep using it when it's overheating. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCM Hyper 212 Evo Thermal Paste Forum SolvedIs it ok to put on thermal paste early? Forum SolvedHow bad is it not to use thermal paste? Forum SolvedAbout the Thermal Paste on my CPU & CPU Cooler... Forum Solvedhow do I replace the thermal compound Forum SolvedThermal Paste- Instructions And Applying Forum SolvedHow to remove thermal paste? Forum SolvedSome info on thermal paste and how to apply. Forum SolvedIs it okay to use White Spirits for removing Thermal paste? Forum SolvedNeed help please about thermal paste! Forum SolvedDirect contact cpu cooler needs thermal compound? Forum SolvedBest Thermal Paste Method For 4690K Forum SolvedPlease! I Need help and tips on how to properly clean and apply thermal paste to heatsink and cpu! Forum SolvedIs this a good amount of Thermal Paste? Forum SolvedThermal throttling + other story Forum Solvedi7 3770 thermal paste Forum SolvedThermal paste question Forum SolvedCorsair H55 pre-applied thermal compound good for GPU? Forum SolvedHD 4870 X2 Thermal Paste Forum SolvedDo you still need thermal paste when you have a water cooler for your CPU? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !