Thermal Paste Tags: CPUs Thermal Compound Processors Last response: June 23, 2010 8:26 AM in CPUs Share letsspendless June 23, 2010 8:12:12 AM Hello,have accidentally put too much paste on my Intel Core 2Quad 2.4Ghz processor without realising. PC Booted OK and ran OK but now will not boot. Could I have damaged CPU and/or board More about : thermal paste welshmousepk a b à CPUs June 23, 2010 8:26:41 AM How do you know its the TIM causing the problem? putting too much on usually justs means high temps, so unless you've caked the thing and had it get into the socket or all over the Mobo, there should not be any damage. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedOverclocking FX 8350 (maybe r9 290) w/ CM Hyper 212x Turbo (2 Fans) and Arctic Cooling MX4 4gr Thermal paste Forum SolvedAH!! i got thermal paste on bottom of my i7 4790k HELP Forum SolvedThermal Paste Application Forum SolvedTaking Thermal paste on a airplane? Forum SolvedThermal Paste Drying Out? Forum SolvedTips for thermal paste application Forum SolvedDo i need thermal paste for OCing these Forum SolvedThermal paste! Do I need it? Forum SolvedThermal Paste Reapplication Forum SolvedUsing 99% isopropyl to wipe off thermal paste - safe? Forum SolvedCPU Swap : Can I swap a cpu from a mobo without replacing the thermal paste? Forum SolvedIs the pre-applied thermal paste on a h100i electrically conductive? Forum SolvedOozing thermal paste. Forum SolvedBest Thermal Paste compound to use on the i7 4790k Forum SolvedThermal paste problems Forum Solvedgpu thermal paste help Forum SolvedThermal Paste Help Forum SolvedRe-apply thermal paste? Forum Solvedthermal paste a must? Forum SolvedSpilled Thermal Paste cleaner on CPU! Please help? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !