problems of esd possible?
No. Just install the cpu and before installing the cooler take a piece of paper and use some isopropyl alcohol to wipe the heat spreader (top of the cpu) clean.
Is it necessary to clean the heat spreader. I dont have isopropyl alcohol
It's not necessary just recommended.
Isopropyl is typically sold as "rubbing alcohol" or "surgical spirit". It's not essential to have around, but I'd recommend it; for one thing, if you decide you want to re-mount your cooler for whatever reason, you'll want some to clean off the old paste. You don't need 99.9% or anything, but I think I would avoid the 50% water mixes, or at least make darn sure that all surfaces are completely dry before mounting the cooler.
And i wont be using it anytime soon I only currently have my gpu and cpu
Bruh what CPU do you have?
2700 When I picked up the box I forgot the cpu heat spreader was exposed on the side.
Same here, it also was kind of stuck with that. It should be fine to touch it, but you just can't use it as a coin when playing Pokémon cards with your friends
Lool. I tend to get too excited
I know the feeling. When I built my PC back in early 2017 when first gen ryzen launched there was a shortage of motherboards. I had to wait nearly a month after I got all my other parts before the board I wanted came into stock and shipped. During that time I kept looking over the boxes of everything I had got thus far.
I was really excited to switch from a FX 8320 to a R7 1800x. I do not miss that fx 8320 at all. They say hind sight is 20/20 and looking back then I had the choice of a i7-7700k and the 1800x, I am glad I chose the 1800x as I feel it is serving me better than what the 7700k would have.