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    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.
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    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?
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    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

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...paste+shocking

    hope this helps

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