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  1. Avé César

    Avé César Notebook Geek

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    @L33i Thank you. About my question on the hyperthreading disable, does it perform better while gaming, or should we let it as enable in the bios
     
  2. L33i

    L33i Notebook Enthusiast

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    In some games hyperthreading does hinder performance but this usually applies to told games like GTA 4 and its in the single digits performance loss. I would leave it enabled if you play mostly modern games as hyperthreading does benefit some games and overall windows performance.
     
  3. y590

    y590 Notebook Guru

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    Excellent. I want to see that heatsink!
     
  4. katates

    katates Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi i will be buying Cooler Master Mastergel Maker, so what should I consider? Doing just normal thermal pasting job would be fine? Or is this one of the high ends?
     
  5. shaka_re

    shaka_re Newbie

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    Yes of course you can repaste cpu and gpu with cmmgm paste, but like I said, you will need for sure the K5 Pro paste for the vram and vrm too. Otherwise you will have problems at least with the vrm (maybe also with the vram) for sure.
     
  6. katates

    katates Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi sorry for asking again so if open my laptop for thermal pasting my CPU and GPU, I will definitely need to change the thermal pads for vram and vrm, right?
     
  7. shaka_re

    shaka_re Newbie

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    You dont have thermal pads around the gpu. You have just a few small pink thermal pads above the cpu. I think they are about 1.5mm. Msi is using some strange gum-paste for everything - including cpu and gpu

    https://imgur.com/ysWitlD
     
  8. y590

    y590 Notebook Guru

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    Thanks for the photo. When you repasted did you leave the 1.5mm pads in place or replace them with K5 Pro?
     
  9. shaka_re

    shaka_re Newbie

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    I personally took the K5 Pro because it has a solid thermal conductivity of 5.3W/M.k But you could also leave the standard thermal pads
     
  10. jks87

    jks87 Notebook Enthusiast

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    any results yet?
     
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