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 SolvedHow to clean off thermal paste Forum SolvedBest Thermal Paste Method Forum SolvedDo I need thermal paste for my i7 4790k? Forum SolvedWill my Intel core i7 4790k come with thermal paste? Forum SolvedThermal paste or Cool-Gelfim TIM? Forum SolvedThermal paste re-applying. Forum SolvedThermal Paste for Laptop Forum SolvedThermal Paste In AM3+ Socket Forum SolvedSpilled some Thermal Paste Forum SolvedHave I damaged the thermal paste ? Forum SolvedDo I need new thermal paste or a new cpu cooler Forum SolvedPossible thermal paste issue, not sure if I should redo it. Forum SolvedThermal Paste Question Forum SolvedIs there another way of applying thermal paste to the cpu than from the syringe? Forum SolvedThermal Paste On CPU Pins Forum SolvedHow often to change thermal paste? Forum Solvedthermal paste question Forum SolvedRemoving alredy applied thermal paste Forum SolvedThermal Paste on CPU pins 0_0 Forum SolvedThermal Paste Remover Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !