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hey guys i used IC diamond on my CPU and it is great all temps stay within 1 degree on all 4 cores pretty much all the time with about 4 degree drop from stock tim. problem is with my 560ti i tried a grain of rice... temps up 5 degrees, tried pea... temps still up 5 degrees, tried both again with less or more paste... still up 5 degrees, press down firm to make sure there is "good" contact... still up 5 degrees. what is up with this crap should i try to spread an even coat across the entirety of the gpu surface??? I read that the pea is good for processors since cores are central, but with GPU you should try to get it covered completely, please help cause this just isnt making sense.
    
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EVGA actually uses good paste in the first place. What are your temps that you felt you needed to change it?
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IC Diamond has extremely high contact density. Some cpu mounts cant even apply enough pressure to take advantage of it, which means there likely isn't a gpu mount in existence than can. Maybe try a thin compound like AS5, imo.
    
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now try w/ Antec Formula 7 biggrin.gif
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EVGA actually uses good paste in the first place. What are your temps that you felt you needed to change it?

lol i was just reading that you could get 5 degree drops and when i was at 75, 70 seemed like a good number to have the card run at. but now she gets up to 80-83. think i may try a diff paste for the GPU as for CPU the performance is awesome lol. Im just a little OCD about getting the max i can from my parts not in OC terms but more so efficiency.
    
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I would go with AS5; it's thin, good quality, and cheap. Many newer pastes are high viscosity to take advantage of high pressure cpu mounts, and the diamond ones are among the most dense. A gpu generally gets its pressure from four screws on back of the pcb, and the heatsink hangs so that gravity doesn't help. Older tims like AS5 were developed when push-pin cpu coolers were common, so it's low viscosity to work well with low pressure.
    
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I would go with AS5; it's thin, good quality, and cheap. Many newer pastes are high viscosity to take advantage of high pressure cpu mounts, and the diamond ones are among the most dense. A gpu generally gets its pressure from four screws on back of the pcb, and the heatsink hangs so that gravity doesn't help. Older tims like AS5 were developed when push-pin cpu coolers were common, so it's low viscosity to work well with low pressure.

NT H1 is as Antec formula 7 and it isnt diamond
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post #8 of 9
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alright so i have a thought on why my temps may have gone up tell me if this is a possibility. when reapplying TIM i replaced my cpu cooler and now have it at 4ghz before it was at 3.5, soooo im thinking that maybe the cpu had a bottle neck on the card keeping its use down and its temps as well. now that it is at 4ghz the card is fed more therefore utilizing the GPU more resulting in an increase in heat??? the reason i say this is that when playing crysis prior to increased temps i saw 75%ish to 80% gpu use now that the cpu is at 4ghz im seeing 93-99% use of gpu. so im fairly certain this may be what is up.
    
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alright so i have a thought on why my temps may have gone up tell me if this is a possibility. when reapplying TIM i replaced my cpu cooler and now have it at 4ghz before it was at 3.5, soooo im thinking that maybe the cpu had a bottle neck on the card keeping its use down and its temps as well. now that it is at 4ghz the card is fed more therefore utilizing the GPU more resulting in an increase in heat??? the reason i say this is that when playing crysis prior to increased temps i saw 75%ish to 80% gpu use now that the cpu is at 4ghz im seeing 93-99% use of gpu. so im fairly certain this may be what is up.

If anything, you've got it backwards---a 2500K will handle any card and maybe the next gen as well. Anyway, a 500MHz increase would not produce a load/temp discrepency like that, not even close.

I think it's the GPU cooler retention---that IC Diamond is like chewing gum. It took a full day to settle on my 2500K.
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