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I have a little problem with my graphic card. It is a bit overheating during intensive gameplay (103°C and more) and around 50°C in idle. And I thought it might be because of hardened thermalpaste between GPU and cooler. Is it possible to clean the previous paste and apply new paste(like noctua NT-H1) with keeping previous thermal tapes for cooling memory and etc.?



The other option is to wait a month and buy AC Accelero Xtreme Pro.

EDIT: This is how the card looks like for those who dont know: http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...5_matrix/2.htm
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yes, theirs about 20 guides here on how too do that why not give it a search. Also i hope you didn't pay 800 dollars for that gpu
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Nope i bought it like year ago for 250 dollars
Edited by czblackeagle - 10/4/11 at 1:07pm
    
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Nope i bought it like year ago for 400 dollars
Still alot but ok, haha.

You can just disconnect the heatsink from the PCB and you most likely keep the pads intact
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Ok, thanks. I thought I can do it like u said, I just wasnt sure. Thanks for such fast replies. And I hope it will knock down those crazy temperatures.
    
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Nope i bought it like year ago for 400 dollars
Uhm... a year ago it wasn't worth $400 since, a year ago, a GTX 470 could be had for $280.
     
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Dunno where u live. But I live in Czech Republic and a year ago GTX 470 was worth nearly 500 dollars so...

EDIT: And i was wrong I didn't buy it for 400 dollars but for like 250 dollars. Sry for that. I dont really remeber it, and I deleted the email from aukro.cz(something like ebay).
Edited by czblackeagle - 10/4/11 at 1:02pm
    
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