MSI GE75 worse temps after repaste

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  1. NeXt3R

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    need any better paste
    try find last TG 12.5 w/mk ,is more resistant for 90C usage
    RED paste

    or any lower setup --fast ICCMAX reduction "bios or XTU //TS"
    GPU -voltage curve "afterburner"
     
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    Can you be more specific I do not understand it?
     
  3. cuneyt1984

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    UP
     
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  5. NeXt3R

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    ? thermal grizzly last edition "now is red" is better than old "more resistant for 90C usage"

    ICCMAX --voltage regulation "fast decease heat"
    "controls cpu activity / max cpu speed in full usage" all --current EDP limit
    fast temperatures repair "fully adaptive // stable"

    your is 160A or more ??? try 140A or similar --core / cache """is one item most time ""

    HWINFO / CPU/ here --send screen or info for ICCMAX


    IA -core
    SA - ram "not raise this never"
    GT - iGPU

    check data ,.,.,.set lower voltage regulator for CPU ??
    XTU // or TS "trothle stop" or in BIOS --X4 --VR domain

    100A iccmax -400VR --example
     
  6. Sentential

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    I would strongly advise against liquid metal. Liquid metal is for low pressure or uneven pressure heatsinks. Note that I did not say rough or uneven non flat surfaces.

    Liquid metal if you've never used it before must have something to grab to otherwise it'll roll around like ball. Meaning you're likely to torch the unit

    If the contact is that bad you're options are to use a thick gum like paste like Shin-etsu or some kind of pad either wax or graphite (EYGR or SPGS)

    Wen through this just recently with a Thinkpad P15. I could boost all day to 4.9 or 4.6 but the moment a multiform load hit it was instant 3.3-3.7 range. Tried pads, replacement OEM no difference. Returned the unit and got a P1. Better temps and substantially smaller. Can't fix bad designs with paste.
     
  7. berkkocaturk

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    Tekrar kryonaut aldım bu sefer orjinallik kartı ve spatulada var kesin orjinal tekrar deneyeceğim.


    Well I already have conductonaut but I chickened out and bought kryonaut again and this time I got original one with spatula and will apply again
     
  8. cuneyt1984

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    Cooler Master MasterGel Maker Nano
     
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  9. cuneyt1984

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    Which site did you get it from.
     
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    Deniport Hepsiburada is maybe the original. The Coolermaster I sent you as the last resort is real.
     
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