clevo p775tm1-g crashing down

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  1. VaaS77

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    p775tm1 g start crashing down after term paste change.
    It starts normaly on loading screen of win 10 fans starting work in turbo mode.
    Starts a desktop and then turning off.
    Thanks.
     
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    Which paste did you use and what is the new paste? Can you measure your temps? Can you go into bios? Can you boot from USB?
     
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    Noctua nt h1 before was arctic mx not sure.
    Starts frome artefacts during playing games and high temp 87.

    Can go to bios but it keep crashing and not much time to do something.
    It looks like memory damage.
     
  4. Meaker@Sager

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    Check your thermal pads are connecting to the VRM properly.
     
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    If your fans are ramping up after a paste it could simply be loose screws on the heat sink. On one of my repastes I didn't click in the fan 100% and it caused a similar issue on the laptop and on my server I didn't have the screws tightened down properly which resulted in 10-15 degree higher temps being reported.
     
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    You'll see it in an odd paste pattern left too.
     
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