Good morning I just had a quick question.
While building my first PC in years I was testing to see which way the heat sink went in relation to my motherboard and CPU. the heat sink was on the CPU for less than 5 seconds and when I took the heat sink off to put it on the right orientation there was a little bit of the thermal compound on the CPU. Should I reapply the compound or was it on there for short enough for it to not seal? When I started the computer it ran in the BIOS at about 30-35 degrees Celsius. Is this a normal temperature for a six-core processor? Any help would be greatly appreciated.