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    Quote Originally Posted by spiritdreams View Post
    aida64 10 minute stress both CPU and GPU.

    Stable at 3.49Ghz - 3.79Ghz on all cores (3.9 normal)
    Temp stable at 70-80C

    I am on the Grizzly Kypt and 1mm Arctic pads.

    It was able to sustain 3.9Ghz for about a minute or so at 90 degrees C before dropping down to 3.79 - 3.49

    Interestingly the GPU temp only goes up to 49 degress in stress test? No throttling
    I am sustaining 3.7 on cpu with 65w pl1 on xtu and the temps are 80-90 and gpu temp around 75 80 thermal grizzly and 0.5 and 1mm pads

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoBRB View Post
    I want to repaste my CPU from my GL703GM-EE074.
    In full load of Metro Exodus (High or ULTRA), my CPU show me 85-90 degree C
    Too much right ?
    Maybe not. Try undervolting first with ThrottleStop (mine reaches -155.3mV). If you're under 90°C not undervolted, it could be enough.
    (BTW, spikes of 85-90°C are perfectly fine for gaming laptop and are not too much)
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    Hey Guys,

    i have GL504GM Hero 2. I like to repaste it with Arctic MX-4. Do you know if i can use this for the VRM as well? I am a bit afraid of using pads as it was pasted before and so idk which thickness i should get. According to the experience here there are problems either with 1mm or with 0,5mm.

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    This heat-pipe is tighten only by the 8 screws around CPU + GPU, even though there are also a pair of case screws passing through the heat-pipe in the rear part. I start to think there was a reason why they used that white sticky thermal paste for the VRM chip.
    However I'm still convinced 0.5 pads should be perfect… at worst 1mm pads only for those small chips in the rear part, but I'm afraid it could lift up the whole heat-pipe using 1mm since originally there was only a thin white paste layer…
    More contact and thinner surface with the heat-pipe = better cooling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexaae View Post
    This heat-pipe is tighten only by the 8 screws around CPU + GPU, even though there are also a pair of case screws passing through the heat-pipe in the rear part. I start to think there was a reason why they used that white sticky thermal paste for the VRM chip.
    However I'm still convinced 0.5 pads should be perfect… at worst 1mm pads only for those small chips in the rear part, but I'm afraid it could lift up the whole heat-pipe using 1mm since originally there was only a thin white paste layer…
    More contact and thinner surface with the heat-pipe = better cooling.
    Ok thank you for your help. Have you tried to repaste your Laptop as well. Which one do you have? And what materials did you use.

    Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexaae View Post
    This heat-pipe is tighten only by the 8 screws around CPU + GPU, even though there are also a pair of case screws passing through the heat-pipe in the rear part. I start to think there was a reason why they used that white sticky thermal paste for the VRM chip.
    However I'm still convinced 0.5 pads should be perfect… at worst 1mm pads only for those small chips in the rear part, but I'm afraid it could lift up the whole heat-pipe using 1mm since originally there was only a thin white paste layer…
    More contact and thinner surface with the heat-pipe = better cooling.
    I've done the same with my GL702 and the temps went up. Then someone mentioned this paste https://www.amazon.com/s?k=K5+PRO+vi...ref=nb_sb_noss which is similiar to the one used by asus . My temps went down again and even got bit better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matze2k0 View Post
    I've done the same with my GL702 and the temps went up. Then someone mentioned this paste https://www.amazon.com/s?k=K5+PRO+vi...ref=nb_sb_noss which is similiar to the one used by asus . My temps went down again and even got bit better.
    Yeah i am tempted to use the paste instead of the pads. How much did you use for the VRMs

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matze2k0 View Post
    I've done the same with my GL702 and the temps went up. Then someone mentioned this paste https://www.amazon.com/s?k=K5+PRO+vi...ref=nb_sb_noss which is similiar to the one used by asus . My temps went down again and even got bit better.
    So you had worse performance with 0.5 (+1.0mm in case)?

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    Hi sorry about the late reply to you all.

    I've now had a few weeks to try and cool this bad boy down with limited success. Here is my timeline of what has been happening with my experimentation.

    1.Re-pasted cpu and gpu with noctua NT-H1whilst leaving the original Asus Paste on VRM's etc. Temps rose 10c thermal throlttling in all games. Needed to set 99%CPU
    CPU/GPU temps 95+c in every game.

    2.Wasnt happy so cleared all paste away from cpu/gpu/vrms replaced Vrm with 1mm Thermal pads and Cpu/GPU with Termal Grizzly Kryonought. Same again Temps 98c+
    Scratching my head at this point.

    3.Third attempt, removed thermal pads as thought it was causing contacting issues with cpu/gpu and replaced with 0.5mm, re-applied Thermal frizzly. Guess What SAME RESULTS??

    Starting to think here that its gotta be a bad heatsink, SO i eventually order 1mm copper shims, Paste regular noctua on both sides, swap out thermal pads for K5-PRO (smothered on like the videos says) my GPU temps drop to 65C! but cpu still high in the 90's

    Now operating a cpu undervolt of -125mv while disabling turbo during games.

    Have ordered a new heatsink online gonna fit it next week and let you all know how i get on

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    Mmmh, this makes me think pads are not the ideal solution for this laptop heatsink for some reasons...
    Better K5 Pro for VRM and small chips + good thermal paste over CPU and GPU?

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