OMEN 1070 Laptop 100C

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  1. Vasudev

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    Means it isn't conductive and safe if applied excessive like OEM does. It doesn't short circuit and can operate in wide temp. range unlike Liquid metal. LM can short circuit and ruin your board. Like @Mobius 1 said, try kryoanut you will see reduction in temps of 5-10C.
     
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    Liquid metal is great for those temps.


    But you would need caution and knowledge on how to apply liquid metal.




    Not really.

    Just don't tell anyone.
     
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    Ok thank you. I also plan to use tape to cover the tops of the fins all over the laptop, I see the benchmark tests really improved by taping up the tops of the heat sink fins e.g. Where the vents are. Is it recommened??
     
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    They do a check before replacing whole thing. I have couple of screwdriver sets and every tool lying on the table and its easy to deduce things. Also, when they ask what you do and I say engg. and they can deduce I opened it up for sure.
     
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    I'm a beginner and I haven't ever repasted a CPU in my life so I'll say I'm a noob and I don't have any knowledge. I should stay away from LM then ;)
     
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    What display OC HZ program did you use? I'm very eager to increase my HP Omen 17 refresh rate to 100. Thanks
     
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    You need to undervolt that CPU. My CPU doesn't get this hot at 4.3Ghz on all (4) cores. It will get in to the 90+ Celsius range sometimes, but not all the time.

    My GPU is a laughing matter. At 4K, overclocked +115/+775 it never exceeds 62C in even the most demanding titles. Wish my CPU was like that! haha.

    I can run my 7820HK stock 3.6Ghz-3.9Ghz with a undervolt, and it stays about 68-75C in demanding games.

    I need the overclock though, I need that 99-100% GPU utilization! No bottle necks here! So I deal with the 90+ Celsius temps as long as it does not throttle I'm good. The CPU will live. Hardware is pretty tough man.
     
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    I have and I undervolted it to - 120 mV but my temps are above 90 and my TDP doesn't go past 20 without throttling. I repasted last night with Noctua h1t1 (I7 7700HQ) reduced Turbo to 3.3 Ghz using throttlestop
     
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    If you want the best results around. Your going to need to go liquid metal.

    Even the thin Asus Zephyrus being .79" thick with a GTX1080 Max Q, People have put liquid metal on this thing, And overclocked its GTX1080 from 1400Mhz to 2,000Mhz. Virtually making it a full power GTX1080.

    Liquid metal will probably reduce your temps by about 30C.

    It is the most effective, just be careful. Do a lot of research before attempting it. Plenty of people on here have the laptops done with LM
     
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    How can I fix and align CPU retention screw hole?

    It has moved to the side and is skew touching side of motherboard. Please help IMG-20180408-WA0046.jpeg IMG-20180408-WA0052.jpeg
     
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