View Full Version : What is G750JZ VGA THERMAL PAD made of/covered with?

06-08-2015, 03:21 PM
Thank you in front.

06-08-2015, 03:55 PM
i used this to repaste my gpu and it seems to work well, no problems or issues after 1 month so i guess the ram chips are ok, i have them OC'd at +500mhz when gaming and the gpu clock @ +80 using the evga precision app, even when iu set the voltage a bit higher things still wont get to hot

link to k5pro: http://www.ebay.com/itm/390841916121

K5-PRO viscous thermal paste is developed and produced by Computer Systems laboratories research department. This product was developed as part of C.S. Labs BGA rework research project with the support of Greece and Europian Union. This product is designed to reduce the chances of BGA component failure for reasons related to overheating.
This listing is offering a packet of K5-PRO gummy thermal paste .This packet includes 20g of K5-PRO gummy thermal paste for use instead of soft thermal pads that are usually installed inside computers and other commercial electronics. This quantity is enough for about 40 applications.

Key features of K5-PRO:

K5-PRO is a high quality gummy thermal paste designed for use on memory chips and GPUs of various computers including PS4, PS3, Apple iMac video boards. This is the only commercially available product at the moment that can replace the gummy thermal paste that is originally used by Apple.
K5-PRO can replace soft thermal pads that are used on computers (up to 3mm thick)
K5-PRO has thermal conductivity K>4W/mC * (at least 3 times higher than common thermal pads that are used on computers and commercial electronics)
K5-PRO is applied very easily directly on the component and has no electrical conductivity. It can be heated up to 250 degrees (Celsius) and has a long operational life time (practically infinite after the installation)
Packet contains:

1 X 20g K5-PRO high quality / high thermal conductivity gummy thermal paste

06-08-2015, 03:56 PM
although @ asusparts.eu you might be abkle to order a pad they use themselves, but seems this k5-pro stuff does the trick as well

think its this but ask them to be sure : http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-13NB0181T01011

06-08-2015, 04:20 PM
That doesn't answer my question thought :|.

06-09-2015, 02:23 AM
That doesn't answer my question thought :|.

Hi navis995,
Thermal Conductive Silicone

06-10-2015, 01:50 AM
Thank you!
I use a paste that is corrosive with aluminium and was afraid that I screwed up, even though I knew that I probably didn't.
Anywaya the temperature are lower by whooping 9C and considering that it's like 30+ outside and 25+ ambient that is LOWWWWWWWW.

06-10-2015, 02:22 AM
Chemically "corrosive" TIMs might take a while to react with the metal. Thermal conductance might lower over time as metal surface(s) oxidize or as heat catalyzes galvanic fretting. Maybe best to monitor your temps intermittently if you're uncertain. Just curious - was the factory TIM that pink gunk Asus seems to use a lot of?

06-10-2015, 04:52 AM
Check this link, I uploaded them here.

06-10-2015, 05:07 AM
Also the T doesn't get over 85C what ever I do, before re-pasting it went over 93C in few minutes.
It's amazing!

06-10-2015, 09:16 AM
well the memory chips dont have sensors for temperature on m and the cooler itself isnt flat so normal TIM probably wont fill those gaps . so the GPU could be on a nice safe temp but are the memory chips as well?thats why i used the gap filler on those and normal TIM on the gpu itself

06-10-2015, 01:02 PM
Well I applied the paste equally on all chips and if the GPU says it's ok, I guess the others would be saying too if I saw the T.

06-10-2015, 01:06 PM
Also regarding memory chips. I've seen people not pasting them at all on other laptops like Alienware and just pasting the main chip. What's up wit that?

06-10-2015, 08:39 PM
this thread here was about the same subject, he tried it at first with just thermal paste but came to the conclusiona s well that just thermal paste on the chips wasnt enough and changed it to thermal gap filler instead as well. thats why asus didnt use paste on the chips either cause of those gaps. if it really was not needed to cool those chips they wouldnt have used anything either i think


hope this helps