Thermal paste(s), thermal pads and repasting tools for Clevo P650HS?

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  1. jaug1337

    jaug1337 de_dust2

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    Really all the best things have been summed up in this thread.
     
  2. TANWare

    TANWare Just This Side of Senile, I think. Super Moderator

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    ICD is the go to for a non conductive. I just redid my laptop with it on installing a i7-3940xm. It takes a few days for the paste to spread and break in but it is well worth it.

    On that note though if you have the fit and poses the Nad's, conductive TIMs are the best you will ever get.
     
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    Nneely Notebook Enthusiast

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    Im going to be getting a clevo p650hs-g from HIDevolution with the 7700hq. Am I going to be better off with ICdiamond from them or liquid metal?
     
  4. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Potato

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    What was your bad experience? I don't recall reading it here. I have been using it over IC Diamond lately. I like it and so far zero issues.
     
  5. Ultra Male

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    Well I was using LCU at first on my Clevo P870DM and it sucked not because it's bad, but blame it on the flimsy fit of the heatsink. so I solved that by using IC Diamond which is thicker a8nd my max temps @ 4.6 GHz were 88C in a stress test that is, much lower in actual gaming or usage.

    I then heard a lot of good stuff about Grizzly Kryonaut so I bought a tube. It was OK at first, max temps were round 90C but within 3 days, it just started getting worse and worse reaching up to 96C.
     
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    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    IC Diamond for me too... Nothing works better lol!
     
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  7. jaug1337

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    LM on a flat surface :p
     
  8. TomJGX

    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    I agree... If you are a noob at repasting and don't want to take risks, ICD is best!

    Sent from my LG-H850 using Tapatalk
     
  9. Mobius 1

    Mobius 1 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    ic diamond is paste for trash heatsink with large gaps due to crooked surface

    if your surface is flat but don't want conductive, get gelid or kryonaut
     
  10. Timbabs123

    Timbabs123 Notebook Consultant

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    Whats the best thermal pad size? 0.5, 1.0, or 1.5?

    BTW this is for a Clevo P650RS-G Laptop
     
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