Hey everyone - hoping you can help me optimize the settings on the MSI GS65 Stealth-483 (240Hz, nVidia RTX 2060 GPU 6GB GDDR6, 9th Gen Intel). I had purchased it through GenTechPC and upgraded to the Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut applied to both GPU and CPU. I also got the Fujipoly Extreme Thermal Pads. While the GPU is running at a pretty reasonable temperature (81C under load), the CPU just seems to get extremely hot. A few days after getting the laptop, I decided to play a game of Overwatch and the CPU was hitting 100C under load in Overwatch, making it nearly unplayable with the stuttering that was happening. I thought that 100C seemed very high since it had been repasted. Here's a screenshot for reference: https://i.imgur.com/FZcnJER.png I e-mailed Ken@GenTechPC if there may have been a pasting issue and he said "Kryonaut is great, however, it's great on thick heatpipes not on GS65's ultra thin heatpipes. We can repaste 10 times with Kryonaut and the result will be the same." Does anyone have a similar setup as me that can let me know what your temps are? Most of the threads I've seen on here and Reddit say that on stock units people are getting 93C on their stock laptop under load. My ambient room temp is around 24C. I've been reading more on undervolting and decided to try that. So far I've done 2 things: Went to the battery settings and set the CPU max to 99% (this stops turbo boost I read?) Undervolted the CPU and CPU cache by -125mV I ran the ThrottleStop benchmark to get some quick temp readings. Here's some screenshots of my HWMonitor and Throttlestop settings: https://i.imgur.com/0JMJdrA.png https://i.imgur.com/DlPsM60.png With the undervolt I'm still seeing max temps of around 95C with it sitting around 92-93C under full load (after the fans rev up). I've never really monitored my computer before, but I was wondering if it's normal to see such wide ranges between the core temperatures (Core 0 max 95C, core 1 max 88C, etc.) Can anyone let me know if these are optimal settings for the laptop? I tried going further with the undervolt but each time I went under -125mV my laptop would freeze. Are there any other settings I can change to try to get the temps lower? I had some back and forth with Ken@GenTechPC and he said that I can ship it back for $35 and they will apply liquid metal, but under load I would still be seeing temperatures of 92-93C. Is there a real point in getting the liquid metal applied if it only drops the temperatures a few more degrees? I don't really want to have to wait shipping time + another 10 business days to get the laptop back since I need it to do video processing for work. I really appreciate any input anyone has. Thanks so much for your time.