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accepted What is a Micom chip?
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asked Windows 8 style apps don't work over VPN connections
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accepted What batteries for the Inspiron N5040 laptop would last longer than 3 hours, and how much longer?
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asked What batteries for the Inspiron N5040 laptop would last longer than 3 hours, and how much longer?
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answered Close all Modern UI apps at once
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accepted Is WinRT really as secure as it's made out to be?
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comment Immersed versus 'normal' version of chrome
Why the downvote?
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answered Will it be possible to upgrade from Windows 8 Release Preview to the RTM version?
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accepted Safe to resume High-Performance-Computing applications immediately after new thermal paste?
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comment Safe to resume High-Performance-Computing applications immediately after new thermal paste?
HPC apps have been running for about 5 minutes now (I will accept answer in a minute), and it's so far keeping a steady temperature at 105F.
Dec
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comment Safe to resume High-Performance-Computing applications immediately after new thermal paste?
So it should be fine if I start the HPC application, go away from the computer for a few hours, and it shouldn't degrade the paste?
Dec
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asked Safe to resume High-Performance-Computing applications immediately after new thermal paste?
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accepted i7 CPU temp reaches 102C! What to do?
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comment i7 CPU temp reaches 102C! What to do?
@DavidSchwartz I am sure the CPU fan is properly seated, and reducing clock frequencies seems to make the temperature increase at a slower rate, but it still would get extremely hot in just a couple hours at the rate the temperature is increasing. Is there a substitute for thermal paste I could use?