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  1. Lunatik

    Lunatik Notebook Evangelist

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    As much as I love my GE75 it's sure nice to be home on days off. :D

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  2. Jacol

    Jacol Notebook Consultant

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    You are asking me or the review author?
     
  3. Kennypc1026

    Kennypc1026 Notebook Enthusiast

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    This is my rig at home.:D
     
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    myxpeakz Notebook Enthusiast

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  5. SupremeUnicorn

    SupremeUnicorn Notebook Enthusiast

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    i just repasted my ge75 a few days ago, with paste on all parts, not just the gpu/cpu.

    now i read some places that paste is not suitable for parts beside gpu/cpu because of possibly gap and viscosity of the paste.

    should i redo it with fujipoly pads? (i didnt do it the first time because i couldn't find sellers in norway)

    if i should, does anyone know which thickness for the specific parts? all the same thickness or do some parts differ? images from my ge75 before cleaning, if they differ, it would help if someone outlined which parts :) https://imgur.com/a/c8K4ChA

    thanks.
     
  6. evangelionpunk

    evangelionpunk Notebook Geek

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    You pasted everything? Most everyone tries to use LM for cpu/gpu and fujipoly for the rest.

    What paste did you use and what differences did you see?
     
  7. SupremeUnicorn

    SupremeUnicorn Notebook Enthusiast

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    everything yes, used thermal grizzly kryonaut.

    since it was thermal throttling before, i dont know exactly how much. but it stopped throttling for the most part. from 98c to around 85ish on cpu and from 75c to 65c ish on gpu. on very heavy load it will start to get close to throttling temps again


    games became alot more stable. before it felt like tearing and laggy jumpy frames, now it is smoother and higher fps.
     
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  8. Xeonorth

    Xeonorth Notebook Enthusiast

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    It's listed on the "Other Features" that it has AGA port on the review.
     
  9. evangelionpunk

    evangelionpunk Notebook Geek

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    So an improvement compared to stock :)

    If it were me, I would get the fujipoly pads and LM on there. Then undervolt and optimize so you get max performance with no throttling.
     
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  10. SupremeUnicorn

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    i do not dare to use LM myself :eek:

    i have undervolted cpu, was experimenting a little bit with undervolt gpu yesterday, will see how that goes with some more experimentation
     
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