Best thermal paste for msi laptop

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  1. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    Well it's out there any thermal paste that gives stable temps for long time?

    I have try kryonaut many times and noctua h2.
    At first days the temps it's awesome.
    Like 75-80c max at full clock on stress tests
    Then after some days the paste get dry? The temps raise about +10c and the difference of cores too.
     
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    You can try Gelid GC Extreme. I personally am using Kryonaut on my GS66 without any issues, but it seems your laptop has a really pronounced pump-out effect.
     
  3. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    Yea it has that 3 screw heatsink on cpu and really have not good fit on chip.i have see at right side of cpu give more pressure
     
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  4. greninga

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    I ordered gelid gc extreme. Kryonaut and ic graphite thermal pad.
    I will try all. But for gpu kryonaut it's the best
    The temps it's good but I dont have the temps that have after repaste
     
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    If you have an uneven heatsink with already low mounting pressure, something like ICDiamond might help since its thicker. I am not sure the IC Graphite thermal pad will help at all.

    Kyonaut is great. If you properly treat your heatsink and get it even, it should give you among the best possible performance.
     
  6. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    Well I did a test at last repaste.
    I paste the cpu and I placed the heatsink and tighten the 3 screw at cpu 5 6 7
    When I removed again the heatsink and I saw that the cpu chip had a lot of paste at left side and at right had really less. The pressure of the right side on chip was high and spread out the paste.or at left side the pressure was very low
     
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    Thermalright TFX is the best paste for laptops. As thick as Phobya Nanogrease Extreme and better than NE also. Tested on a 10900k to be 2C better than Kryonaut after it cures for several days.
     
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    How thick is it? It seems to have quite a decent thermal conductivity, I want to try it. I might try it on my desktop as well once my new cooler arrives. The Wraith Stealth sucks.
     
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    I don't know how to measure thickness but it feels as thick as my Arctic Ceramique from 2005(?). I still have a giant tube of that stuff. Just checked it just now. The stuff before Arctic Silver 3 took its place...actually I have NO idea how old my Ceramique is! It might be OLDER than that...
     
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    U Thing It's bad idea guys to not full tight the right screw (no7) at cpu?I see there has higher pressure than left.
     
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