So I just installed my Zalman CNPS7000-Cu and I keep second guessing myself about the thermal compound I put on. I keep thinking I put too much. I got Arctic Silver 5 and applied it as per the instructions on their website (small dab in the center of the cpu heat speader, then lower the heatsink onto it). Right now I idle around 34-36 degrees celsius and it hasn't gone above 47 degrees at max load so far. I know those are good numbers, I also understand that the temperature will drop 2-5 degrees during the break in period for the compound, but I can't stop thinking I put too much. Will there be any noticable temperature difference if I used too much, or would it be worthwhile to remove it all and do it again spreading a thin layer? By the way it's a P4 2.4C, running at 2.77 ghz, stock voltage.