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On Dell laptops the best time to do this is at 2-3 years (based on the sale date), but it may be something you can extend until it’s 4 years old with the caveat removal will be more difficult. Dell is special in at the OEM paste they use is horrible to remove (even with solvents like alcohol) once it’s dried out, especially on aluminum. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it is harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within the first 2-3 years of the system’s life.
 
If you wait too long and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articleanhttps://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal. At this point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop. Had to deal with an XPS 8500 that was never repasted (previous owner wasn’t comfortable doing it) and I bought it under the presumption it was going to be a nightmare like every other old Dell; I needed it.
If you wait too long and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articleanhttps://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Arctic-Silver-ArctiClean/IF179-023?o=1|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal. At this point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop. Had to deal with an XPS 8500 that was never repasted (previous owner wasn’t comfortable doing it) and I bought it under the presumption it was going to be a nightmare like every other old Dell; I needed it.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you may need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

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On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 yearsyears (based on the sale date), but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-44 years oldold with the caveat removal will be more difficult. Dell notebooks are somewhatis special in at the OEM paste they use is horrible to remove (even with solvents like alcohol) once it’s 4 years old, so it’s best to get it removed while it’s wet enough to break down with alcoholdried out, especially on aluminum. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it is harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within the first 2-3 years of ownershipthe system’s life.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 yearsyears (based on the sale date), but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-44 years oldold with the caveat removal will be more difficult. Dell notebooks are somewhatis special in at the OEM paste they use is horrible to remove (even with solvents like alcohol) once it’s 4 years old, so it’s best to get it removed while it’s wet enough to break down with alcoholdried out, especially on aluminum. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it is harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within the first 2-3 years of ownershipthe system’s life.
 
If you wait too long and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal. At this point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop. Had to deal with an XPS 8500 that was never repasted (previous owner wasn’t comfortable doing it) and I bought it under the presumption it was going to be a nightmare like every other old Dell; I needed it.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you may need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

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On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years, but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-4 years old. Dell notebooks are somewhat special in at the OEM paste is horrible to remove once it’s 4 years old, so it’s best to get it removed while it’s wet enough to break down with alcohol. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it is harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within 2-3 years of ownership.
 
If you wait too long and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal. At this point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop. Had to deal with an XPS 8500 that was never repasted (previous owner wasn’t comfortable doing it) and I bought it under the presumption it was going to be a nightmare like every other old Dell; I needed it.
If you wait too long and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal. At this point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop. Had to deal with an XPS 8500 that was never repasted (previous owner wasn’t comfortable doing it) and I bought it under the presumption it was going to be a nightmare like every other old Dell; I needed it.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you may need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

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On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years, but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-4 years old. The thermal material usedDell notebooks are somewhat special in these laptops starts to dry out at the OEM paste is horrible to remove once it’s 4 years or so. You wantold, so it’s best to remove Dell’s OEM paste beforeget it dries out sinceremoved while it’s wet enough to break down with alcohol. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it can be a nightmareis harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within 2-3 years of ownership.

If
you wait too long. That saidlong and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal if you’ve waited too longremoval. At this point,point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years, but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-4 years old. The thermal material usedDell notebooks are somewhat special in these laptops starts to dry out at the OEM paste is horrible to remove once it’s 4 years or so. You wantold, so it’s best to remove Dell’s OEM paste beforeget it dries out sinceremoved while it’s wet enough to break down with alcohol. It isn’t the end of the world if you wait, but you will find it can be a nightmareis harder to remove then if you had just gotten it done within 2-3 years of ownership.

If
you wait too long. That saidlong and find out the hard way, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal if you’ve waited too longremoval. At this point,point I’ve seen this enough I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you may need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 yearsyears, but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-4 years old. The thermal material used in these laptops starts to dry out at 4 years or so. You want to remove Dell’s OEM paste before it dries out since it can be a nightmare to remove if you wait too long. That said, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal if you’ve waited too long. At this point, I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 yearsyears, but it may be something you can extend until it’s 3-4 years old. The thermal material used in these laptops starts to dry out at 4 years or so. You want to remove Dell’s OEM paste before it dries out since it can be a nightmare to remove if you wait too long. That said, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal if you’ve waited too long. At this point, I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you may need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years. The thermal material used in these laptops starts to dry out at 4 years or so. You want to remove Dell’s OEM paste before it dries out since it can be a nightmare to remove if you wait too long. That said, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to break the OEM paste down for easy removal if you’ve waited too long. At this point, I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the paste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you willmay need to order $25 worth of other items to buy thisthis (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you willmay need to order $25 worth of other items to buy thisthis (it changes from time to time), it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline since you probably also want to remove the fan for dust cleaning while you have the notebook open.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years. The thermal material used in these laptops starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermalYou want to remove Dell’s OEM paste before it dries out since it can be a nightmare to remove, soremove if you may need a cleanerwait too long. That said, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to removebreak the factory thermal paste. DellOEM paste seems to agedown for easy removal if you’ve waited too long. At this point, I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the worst in general and often needs cleaning solutions like thispaste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 2-3 years. The thermal material used in these laptops starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermalYou want to remove Dell’s OEM paste before it dries out since it can be a nightmare to remove, soremove if you may need a cleanerwait too long. That said, you can make it more bearable using something like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to removebreak the factory thermal paste. DellOEM paste seems to agedown for easy removal if you’ve waited too long. At this point, I usually recommend having it if you deal with anything made by Dell, since the worst in general and often needs cleaning solutions like thispaste is so horrible to remove regardless of it being a laptop or a desktop.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but thisthis, it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline.

This is
baseline since you probably also a good timewant to cleanremove the fan for dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problemcleaning while you have the notebook open.
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but thisthis, it is significantly better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline.

This is
baseline since you probably also a good timewant to cleanremove the fan for dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problemcleaning while you have the notebook open.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 32-3 years. The thermal material used onin these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermal paste can be a nightmare to remove, so you may need a cleaner like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to remove the factory thermal paste. Dell paste seems to age the worst in generalgeneral and often needs cleaning solutions like this.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 32-3 years. The thermal material used onin these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermal paste can be a nightmare to remove, so you may need a cleaner like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to remove the factory thermal paste. Dell paste seems to age the worst in generalgeneral and often needs cleaning solutions like this.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline.
 
This is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 3 years. The thermal material used on these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermal paste can be a nightmare to remove, so you may need a cleaner like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to remove the factory thermal paste. Dell paste seems to age the worst in general.
On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 3 years. The thermal material used on these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so. Old Dell thermal paste can be a nightmare to remove, so you may need a cleaner like [https://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60ml-Kit-30ml/dp/B0007TOR08|Articlean] to remove the factory thermal paste. Dell paste seems to age the worst in general.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [guide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline.
 
This is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 3 years. The thermal material used on these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+XPS+13+9350+Fan+Replacement/88928|fanguide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline. This
This
is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+XPS+13+9350+Fan+Replacement/88928|fanguide|88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline. This
This
is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 3 years. The thermal material used on these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so.
 
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+XPS+13+9350+Fan+Replacement/88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline. This is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.
For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5. While iFixit does not have a guide for the heatsink you can work with the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+XPS+13+9350+Fan+Replacement/88928|fan removal] guide as a baseline. This is also a good time to clean the dust out of your laptop with a can of compressed air, since dust can also cause this problem.

Durum:

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Metin:

On Dell laptops (and the majority of other brands) the best time to do this is at 3 years. The thermal material used on these laptops usually starts to dry out at 4 years or so.

For thermal paste I usually recommend [https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-ORACO-MX40001-BL-Compound-Performance-Interface/dp/B0045JCFLY|Artic MX-4]. On Amazon you will need to order $25 worth of other items to buy this but this is better then Artic Silver 5.

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