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  1. Ulukai

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    thermal grizzly minus pad 8 (120 x 20 x 0.5mm )
     
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    there is new DC update anyone try it?
     
  3. Ulukai

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    OK, K5 pro on the way ! Thx for the info, but where should I put it ? (see previous post with colored photo)
     
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    On the VRAM chips, MOSFETs and inductors(chokes), all the zones marked in green on the attached image.
     

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    Lol ok thx, so there's no thermal pad at all ???:confused:

    For the K5 pro, you apply it on the chips or on the heatsink ?
     
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    I'm curious:

    What thermal paste did you use and how long did it last until the performance began to worsen?
     
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    You can apply thermal pads on those area to help to transfer heat away. This can be applied either way.
     
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    Hey guys i have 8750h-rtx2080 version of ge75. I am using external monitor 1440p@144hz. Is there anyway to render some games 4K@60Hz. There is no DSR option and when I add from CRU i get out of range error from my monitor.

    Any help is appreciated. THANKS!
     
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    Which external monitor do you have? Do you have like a model number?
     
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