Damaged GTX 1070? Clevo P751tm1-G

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  1. Ajayram24

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    Yesterday I bought a second hand clevo p751tm1-G with specs core i9 9900k 32GB 500gb SSD GTX 1070 8GB so when i went to collect it I tested it with heaven benchmark and GPU went up to 91c but I didn’t think much of it just thought I’ll get home and repast the GPU and CPU and I did that but now when I run heaven and benchmark it goes all the way up to 80c and shows black screen and freezes Then it resumes when the temps back at 56c then it repeats the same process like it doesn’t want hit more then 80c even sometimes it goes up to 78c and it does it again, I’ve tried playing few games and it crushes and freezes on some games but when I play resident evil 3 it doesn’t even crash or freeze it literally goes up to 90c to near 100c
    I just don’t know what to do. I also have a clevo p771dm-g with i7 6700k gtx 980m but GPU doesn’t even reach up to 70c at all it stays very cool under-load makes no sense :/
     
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    Black screen is usually overheating VRM.
     
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    I could be wrong but I thought cutoff on some nvidia chips was as low as 87C? My heart might skip a beat if I saw 90-100C on the GPU even in a laptop. I would doubly check your die contact and ensure the heatsink is not warped?
     
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    What do you think I should do ?
     
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    I’ve checked the contact it’s fine so don’t know :(
     
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    I’d check that all the thermal pads are covering the modules and making proper contact with the heatsink.
     
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    I have seems to be all fine trying to upload a picture but it’s not working
     
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    Here’s a better picture
     

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