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TIM Application: Single Line Method

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2011

Single Line Method worked very, very well. I would reccomend it, but you have to make sure you dont put too much TIM on as I did on this application. When you have the right amount on you can feel the two pieces of glass start to vaccuum together and they get tight and harder to move. With as much TIM as I used, I never felt that tightness.

Dont ask what kind of paste it's irrelevant. But it's a mix of dried Tuniq TX-4 (Absolute Crap IMO) and Dynex Ceramic from Best Buy to thin the Tuniq back out.

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