MSI GE75 worse temps after repaste

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  1. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Consultant

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    When you try it, you can share the results.
     
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  2. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    and normal STRESS is MSI KOMBUSTOR "GAMING STRESS"
    not PRIME95 or XTU

    3d render + "4 - 6" cores -ONLY
    for stability - all cores "but get overheat"

    gaming notebook - gaming stress

    old RTX - 87C max - 85C
    cpu 90C - 94C "90C stable max" for performance

    try fan setup - cooler/booster first time // cpu profile - DC or CUSTOM
    good luck

    edit .,., monitor -any OSD or HWINFO - SENSOR in background !
     
  3. berkkocaturk

    berkkocaturk Notebook Consultant

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    TS is an excellent app but gave me random shutdowns so i am not using
     
  4. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    using bad domains ,.,normal
    use bios for correct setup

    or verify all after setup ! :p
     
  5. Sylvester John Apo

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    Kryonaut us not recommended with temps 80C above. Use Hydronaut.
     
  6. Raid0ss

    Raid0ss Notebook Enthusiast

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    You need to use a very viscous thermal paste then the extreme nanograse phoebya or thermalright tfx.
     
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    We don't compare desktop cooling systems with laptops
    Laptop cooling systems work together and there are 2 fans (disgustingly weak) that need to cool 2 components.
    This leads us to examine a problem present on laptops: the heat absorbed by the heatsinks remains more unseeded time for longer than the desktop one. Bringing thermal paste to work at higher temperatures and for longer, that's why the pump out effect is much more pronounced on laptops than on desktops (almost absent to be honest).
    Never compare desktop results for a laptop choice, they don't have the same effectiveness.
    On laptops, you should always demand a thermal paste with the prerequisites:
    -High viscosity (for pump out)
    -High burn out resistance (support temperatures 250-300 °C high)
    -Obviously a sufficiently high thermoconductive capacity (remember that the shorter the distance between the heat sink and the cpu the greater the thermal conduction)
    -A good duration in terms of time of use (1 year).
     
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  9. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    it is for inspiration what is currently used in 2021

    ,,.no thermal paste will help him "now have TG kryo ,.,.,OK !!" ,.,,.,must use custom SETUP for CPU
    disable i-gpu
    undervolt + clock limit "under power limit" for best results

    ideally try any CORE sleep setup ,,.C-states custom "more aggressive" or PARKING CORES app
    CPU 8/16 -- impossible fully use in notebook "real TDP 150w above"

    // undervolt D-gpu

    the only problem is that it doesn't come notebook fully functional from the factory :D


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    ,..,,.now have results ???
    cpu power vs temperatures ??? GE ?? 45w-65W max or lower !!!
     
  10. berkkocaturk

    berkkocaturk Notebook Consultant

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    I have send the laptop to warranty for charger replacement since it was dropping out on load but idiots at service center said it is a motherboard issue :mad: and I am waiting for a motherboard replacement that will take 2-4 WEEKS since they do not even hold the parts so I will go through this thermal paste kerfuffle again

    cpu will gladly use more than 100w and gpu used 115w without VRM and general efficiency losses so they can cook eggs



     
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