Need help with the 1060 in my p370sm3!

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  1. Dendrit3

    Dendrit3 Notebook Consultant

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    Allright I added a 30x30x1mm copper shim, didn't solder it just put thermal paste grizzly kryonaut between gpu die and the shim + shim and the heatsink. Here is a picture, it just doesnt look right.

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    Can you make a picture of your heatsink? I'm pretty sure your heatsink is being blocked by the little component of the 1060.
     
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    here are the pictures, I used someones idea here on NBR using the shim with LM and a transparent seal with thermal paste between die and shim.

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    Here is the new temps

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    Timespy, seems low score? also says gsync could cause lower score and says invalid score :/

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    Nobody does timespy, do firestrike instead.

    What tim are you using?
    I just made a benchmark on my P375SM-A https://www.3dmark.com/fs/15718154

    Max temp on the GTX 1060 under load 68c, average being 65. CPU @ 4.3ghz is at 72c.

    EDIT: nvm ure using kryonaut.

    Also that CPU is only running at 3.8ghz yet 89c, that's quite toasty.
     
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    I got 1803, works for me on P375SM-A with GTX 1060, but I got older 391 drivers, maybe thats why?
     
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    Yes, it's a problem with the newer driver base on 1803...
     
  7. Dendrit3

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    yeah, conductonaut between shim and heatsink, and kryonaut between gpu die and shim. It still gives me nightmare temps 95 during load, and 65 at idle. Its crazy!
    Could the gpu be bad or is my heatsink bad? what could it be?

    here is the fire strike https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/27062063
    very poor score for a 1060, 3k less than yours
     
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    No, heatsink. The GPU is performing bad due to the very poor temps.

    I did timespy for good measure: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/3913890
    You clearly have a terrible fit somewhere. As I said, I cannot breach 70c with my GTX 1060, it's literally impossible for me. So seeing that your card is at idle temps where mine is at full load defnitely doesn't seem good. Maybe you messed up on the conduconaut, did you apply both on heatsink and shim? Like not only on shim and connect to heatsink but actually connecting 2 LM sufaces together?
     
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    Yeah I did actually both sides. Could be bad fit as you said but where?

    Does this look allright on the pic, seems the heatsink is resting on it.

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    The first arrow, some cut that part of the heatsink because it does stop the heatsink from working properly.
     
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