Asus ROG GL702ZC owners lounge

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  1. terexo

    terexo Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can you please explain how better to "connect" little passive coolers to b350?
     
  2. Ryder23

    Ryder23 Notebook Guru

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    Too be fair it was just in the moment. I had some Grizzly thermal lying around so I cleaned up inside and re pasted. I’m out of warranty however I just didn’t feel the need to mess with the VRM components and GPU. If that makes any sense haha
     
  3. meteeusz

    meteeusz Notebook Consultant

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    OK.
    If you will take off cooling system in future to repaste GPU and/or VRM, please make clean/sharp pictures of VRM conroller (if you know how to find it), MOSFETs and inductors.
    I can't take it off by myself and check (I'm still in warranty peroid).
     
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    BroScientist Newbie

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    Well, the ones I found for sale have this 3M sticky heat pad to connect the cooler to the surface. I'm not too knowledgeable myself, but I assume I can just stick it on top of the existing chip.
     
  5. dnak_ebloa

    dnak_ebloa Notebook Consultant

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    How are people OCing their CPU's here? I've always used Ryzen Master (not really an OC, just taking away the limits placed on this CPU) but maybe there's a better way to do it? Also, whats all this about cooling eh GPU with a Passive Cooler, could someone explain what product this is as i've not come across it...thanks
     
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  6. Ryder23

    Ryder23 Notebook Guru

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    I'm using Zenstates :)
     
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  7. Erik C. Stubblebine

    Erik C. Stubblebine Notebook Consultant

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    I too am curious.
     
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    Ryder23 Notebook Guru

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  9. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    If the USB-C port doesn't support DisplayPort output, you won't get any video no matter what you try and connect.
     
  10. Ryder23

    Ryder23 Notebook Guru

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    How do you possibly know if it supports it?
     
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