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  1. Kilador

    Kilador Notebook Consultant

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    Did you try different headphones?

    If so, try uninstalling all the audio software and let windows update install the realtek driver and software... It didn't give me any problems so far.
     
  2. blacklupus

    blacklupus Notebook Enthusiast

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    I went with Kryonaut for CPU and GPU and Mastergel for the rest. Tried Thermal pads first but turned out you need very specific ones and the spacing is different from side to side.

    Just be careful with the I/O Connectors when removing the back panel and take it slow.
    You don't need to apply much pressure anywhere. So when you feel stuck you most likely forgot something.

     
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  3. Ninecry

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    Cool

    Sorry, I mean the part near the exhaust. Been looking through videos and no one recorded that part [​IMG]

    Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
     
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  4. blacklupus

    blacklupus Notebook Enthusiast

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    In the second video he mentions that you have to take the plastic cover off first.

    I think its just clipped on, but not sure anymore.

    Instead of a guitar pick I just used a credit card and started on a corner on the front.
    If you push the prying tool inwards too hard you will break those plastic clips. So just slide it across the sides until they come loose on their own.

    The only downside in breaking them is that they could get stuck inside the case.
     
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  5. katates

    katates Notebook Enthusiast

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    Did you cleaned the thermal pads then applied mastergel in there?
     
  6. blacklupus

    blacklupus Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes. Removed the thermal pads and cleaned everything with Isopropyl Alcohol.

    On my model there were only pads on the GPU capacitors. The rest was this factory goo paste.
     
  7. sush33king

    sush33king Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah,.. its too high... and uneven.... ideally you should follow the numbers etched on the cooling module... which was what the BobOfAllTrades video above was adhering to, i think... just make sure the tightness of the CPU and GPU mounts are even, easier said than done. Min 2 rotations on each mount to achieve desired tightness. The triangular mount design has received its fair share of criticism. Don't be discouraged, its normal to try a few times to get it right, even for experts. Even HIDEvolution has messed up in this department, but they are more than willing to fix it promptly. Please do keep me updated....

    See video below @ 3 min 24s. Even the pros doing this task, like a hundred times a day can mess up. Perfect example would be MSI :p



    Edit:
    This is the recommended paste for GPU Ram etc.... I picked this tip up from this forum... not too sure how it will differ from paste such as kryonaut

    https://www.amazon.com/viscous-thermal-replacement-60g-Aspire/dp/B00K04D3UK
     
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  8. Ninecry

    Ninecry Newbie

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    Oh yeah,
    Just one more thing. Which do you guys recommend better for these thing, is it grizzly Kryonaut or with Mastergel Maker Nano? Usually moving it around twice a day, cause It'll be my daily drive to do work and game with

    Going to repaste it soon cause its reaching 90°C while playing some heavy games at a room temperature around 23-25°C

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    [​IMG]
     
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  9. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Consultant

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    Use whichever you have or whichever is cheaper. They perform the same in my testing.
     
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  10. Rycorlin

    Rycorlin Notebook Consultant

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    What is your laptop sitting on? :D
     
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