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-[* black] With the motherboard out, turn it down in a safety plane surface
-[* red] To remove the heatsink and replace thermal paste remove these screws in the correct order(marked with a number on the heatsink)
-[* icon_caution] Clean old thermal paste and ensure that the new one thermal paste had been distributed correctly, and now put screws in the correct order that it's marked from 1 to 7 always doing the same torque to maintain better heat dissipation
-[* black] This isn't a How-to of how to use thermal paste, so looking for a good instructions if is your first time that you replace it, I recomend to use a good thermal paste
+[title] Remove heat sink and apply thermal paste
+[* icon_note] If this is your first time applying thermal paste I recommend using a good thermal paste like Arctic Silver and reading a guide here on iFixit.
+[* icon_caution] With the motherboard out, turn it upside down on a static free surface.
+[* black] To remove the heatsink and replace thermal paste remove the screws in the correct order (marked with a number on the heatsink).
+[* icon_caution] Clean old thermal paste with isopropyl-alcohol. Ensure that after applying thermal paste it doesn't leak onto the motherboard (if it's on the green square, it's fine).
+[* icon_caution] When putting the heat sink back on, try to have the screw holes align on your first try. This is to maintain an even spread of the thermal paste.
+[* black] Rescrew in the correct order (refer to the numbers on the heat sink).
+[* icon_note] Torque each screw one at a time to end up with good heat disappaition.