Interest of CPU/GPU repast ?

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  1. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    You can do it but not much. Correct pads thickness is more important.
     
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    There is a good tube video on methods of pasting and pads etc.
    Which I found very interesting.

    With that info and the very useful picture you posted I would do this.
    Repast the CPU and GPU with Grizzly Kryonaut thermal 12.5W/M
    I would replace all the pads working out correct thickness with maybe Thermal Grizzly Minus Pad 8 - spread it thin over all the CPU/GPU (not pea etc) as the 6 core needs as much heat spread as possible.
    and maybe put a ultra thin smear of the paste on to the pads as well.

    Then I think it would make sure there can be enough pressure on the thing that needs it the most the CPU/GPU.

    Tell me what you thinks and don't forget to like if u like the idea/help.
     
  4. sarou

    sarou Notebook Consultant

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    Do you have a picture of all pads on heatsink with the good thick of every pads?
    I says many pads are 1,5mm but I think many of them could be replace by 1mm?

    What do you think about that ?
     
  5. rinneh

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    I strongly recommend Gelid pads, those are the most easy pads to work with and offer good performance (better than Kryonaut).

    Pads have to be tested which is trial and error. So get some cheap paste, put it on the cpu and GPU, first try it with 1.5mm pads and theck the imprint on the pads if all components and check how well the paste is spread on the CPU and GPU die. If the imprints ont he pads is good but the spread on the CPU & GPU is bad, that would mean you need to have thinner pads. IF you use too thin pads, the spread on CPU & GPU is perfect but no imprints of components on the thermal pads.

    Why I recommend Gelid, these can be compressed easier and deeper than Kryonaut pads.So they are more tolerant when your pads are slightly too thick.
     
  6. sarou

    sarou Notebook Consultant

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    I have Alohacool pads is it good ?
     
  7. Papusan

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    I fix it for you... Alphacool thermal pads. Same as fujiPoly. Only branded with another name.
     
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    Perfect! More difficult to apply but better result
     
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    If you go for the Alphacool pads... Select the 14 W/mK pads.
     
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