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Question Do i need to upgrade my cpu. New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Skip Ellis 8 minutes ago. Question Need help upgrading CPU. Yes, remove the old material, clean the surfaces, and replace. So if I were you I would see about modding a larger cooler to stick on the gpu of the card. You can buy fancy cleaning agents or use alcohol, but unless you have something very hard to remove, the stuff I use is just fine.

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Next, take your cooler and press it straight down onto the CPU so that the thermal paste spreads evenly in all directions. Then, wipe it clean with a lint-free cloth.

A coffee filter makes a terrific, cheap lint-free repste. And provide more air flow to a larger percentage of the cooling heat sink. Thermal paste is a type of heat transferring agent that serves to fill in the microscopic gaps that naturally occur when two flat metal surfaces—such as your CPU and cooler—are pressed against one another.


Also, could it be that the stock heatsink is not making good enough contact with the GPU die, and thus is causing high temperatures? Started by macihun93 Today at 7: Should I try the penny trick between the HS and the die? Repeat the process until both the CPU and cooler are totally clean, and then move on.

Old GPU Overheating Even With Repaste

You must log in or register to reply here. Started by macihun93 Today at 7: Previous Next Sort by votes. Also, airflow in my case could be an issue, if interested, I can provide a few images of my case. There are several different types of thermal material, including ceramic- and metal-based pastes and solid, waxy thermal pads. It says it’s compatible with the GT. Started by GoodOle8Bit Yesterday at 4: Forums Hardware Graphics Cards.

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Plus, it was dirt cheap. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Apr 23, 0 5, I tried the dot method, and then the spread method. Either way, it still runs hot as heck, and no I did not use too much paste.

Even on the titlescreen of WolfQuest 2. Started by georger2 Today at 7: You can buy fancy cleaning agents or use alcohol, but unless you have something very hard to remove, the stuff I use is just fine.


How-To: Properly Apply Thermal Paste and Install a CPU

These air-filled gaps hinder the rate at which the cooler is able to absorb heat from the CPU, and filling them with thermal material greatly increases performance. Started by echo86 Monday at 9: Here’s a picture of the card I found online, looks a lot like mine, has the same heatsink, only mine is green, and my PCB is red. If you feel comfortable doing it, you can use a very very slight rubbing motion as you press down on the cooler to help spread the paste better.

Does anyone know if there should be an offset? Skip Ellis 8 minutes ago. Within the last two months.

Started by PhyziX Today at 7: Oct 7, 6, 0 48, 1, So if I’m understanding correctly, what you’re suggesting is to either possibly find a larger heatsink to fit on the card, I may be able to find one that is universal and fits the 7xxx series, or modify go so that the screws line up, correct?