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Thread: Removing thermal grease




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    Is rubbing alcohol required or can there be another for instance home substance, that can be used for cleaning the thermal grease of the CPU? Maybe just cotton cloth could do the job? No?

    Any advise would be grateful
    Thanks
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    i just use a few tissues and maybe some rubbing alchol

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    if u can get hold of some alchohol swabs that hospital's use then i find they are pretty good.
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    I just use a tissue....it comes off without needing any sort of liquid for me....

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