P650HS and BF 5 Beta Temps

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  1. Trewhela

    Trewhela Notebook Consultant

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    Hi, well while ago i repasted with IC7 (almost 2 years) and i have undervolted to -100mv . I dont know if its time to re paste but im getting temps of 86c on cpu and 75c on gpu (full speed on fans).



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  2. Danishblunt

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    CPU temp seem rather high for gaming, I'd say repaste is in order at least for the CPU.
     
  3. jclausius

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    And also clean out any dust / debris that may have collected on the fan blades, cooling fins, etc.
     
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    GPU's fine, but the CPU is starting to get a little warm. Nothing dangerous, but if you're used to lower temps at the same usage, I agree with @Danishblunt to go ahead and repaste.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    Did you just decide on 100mv or was that tested as the lowest stable?
     
  6. Trewhela

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    Its was the lowe stable, but i just finish and this time i used thermal grizzly paste and the temps drop to 71 on cpu and 68 on gpu. IC7 it was all dry.

    Wow i never thought that the cpu will get that lower

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    First time I've seen ICD7 dry out. Weird.
     
  8. Meaker@Sager

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    It can under certain conditions, leaves a funny smell too I've found. Partly why I moved to using thermal grizzly when I use paste.
     
  9. Trewhela

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    Also it scratch the surface of the die. Never again going with IC7

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  10. Prostar Computer

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    The scratches shouldn't have any big impact on thermal conductivity, especially considering the whole point of compound is to address imperfections. That is quite an impressive drop in temps, BTW!
     
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