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The thing is when i use that flash my clocks are all over the place.

Should i flash with that bios or should i use gpu tweaker and adjest my gpu bios to match that one?
Because when i try making my bios match my gpu clocks go all over the place. like when in ideal its run at the overclcok but in load it runs at like 700-1200mhz and i know for a fact my gpu cause normally run at 1440mhz+ easy since i could run that fast with its normal bios
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

let me help with using an image instead of attachment (its in the tool bar:)


here:


thats no error, congratulations the flash was successful! thumb.gif

The thing is when i use that flash my clocks are all over the place.

Should i flash with that bios or should i use gpu tweaker and adjest my gpu bios to match that one?
Because when i try making my bios match my gpu clocks go all over the place. like when in ideal its run at the overclcok but in load it runs at like 700-1200mhz and i know for a fact my gpu cause normally run at 1440mhz+ easy since i could run that fast with its normal bios
post #13503 of 16162
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Originally Posted by electro2u View Post

It's real copper but (my advice is) don't put CLP or CLU on a GPU die. It won't help much compared to something like Gelid Extreme or Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut and it will slightly damage the die itself. Not damage as in functionality, but you will never be able to get it completely clean and shiny again. Never.

The reason CLP and CLU help with CPU dies so much is because they are so small. GPU dies have much more surface area to transfer heat and they are direct die already. On a GPU die youll find the brand is etched, the serial etc. CPU dies can be ugly because they are just going to have a heatspreader on top anyway. Direct die on CPUs actually doesn't help much either.

Going back to the cooler, Copper tarnishes naturally/very easily and it will be scuffed or stained slightly by thermal paste. Completely normal. Take some high grit sandpaper to those spots and it will be shiny like new with almost no effort (and will immediately get dirty again so it's not necessary, can just clean with alcohol and reapply with TIM and be good).
On my ares 3 CLP made a difference of ~15C compared to grizzly kryonaut...... So.... I dont use any normal paste anymore rolleyes.gif
post #13504 of 16162
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On my ares 3 CLP made a difference of ~15C compared to grizzly kryonaut...... So.... I dont use any normal paste anymore rolleyes.gif

hmm but how long have you been using it sir?
post #13505 of 16162
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hmm but how long have you been using it sir?
which one ? kryo or clp ?
post #13506 of 16162
Hi guys, i got a few question about ASUS 980ti Strix (ASIC: 79%)

So i can overclock this card on stock voltage (~1.18) to about 1480/8200 (samsung ddr), but i reach TDP (i changed it already to 303 wat from 268 wat) and any higher clocks drop down.
My temperature are about 70-75'C on 60% fan - yea i know this cooler sucks.

So what is the safe TDP i can change up to ? Is 330-350 wat will be still good ? Or it can burn VRM ? I will try to not reach 80'C. This bios is limited to voltage ~1.21-1.22
post #13507 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

which one ? kryo or clp ?


Clp sir...coz clp is much more dangerous than kyro..ehe. And i have clp..just hesitant to use it. Just want some inputs on using clp on a 980ti or gpu
post #13508 of 16162
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Originally Posted by electro2u View Post

It's real copper but (my advice is) don't put CLP or CLU on a GPU die. It won't help much compared to something like Gelid Extreme or Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut and it will slightly damage the die itself. Not damage as in functionality, but you will never be able to get it completely clean and shiny again. Never.

The reason CLP and CLU help with CPU dies so much is because they are so small. GPU dies have much more surface area to transfer heat and they are direct die already. On a GPU die youll find the brand is etched, the serial etc. CPU dies can be ugly because they are just going to have a heatspreader on top anyway. Direct die on CPUs actually doesn't help much either.

Going back to the cooler, Copper tarnishes naturally/very easily and it will be scuffed or stained slightly by thermal paste. Completely normal. Take some high grit sandpaper to those spots and it will be shiny like new with almost no effort (and will immediately get dirty again so it's not necessary, can just clean with alcohol and reapply with TIM and be good).
On my ares 3 CLP made a difference of ~15C compared to grizzly kryonaut...... So.... I dont use any normal paste anymore rolleyes.gif

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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

which one ? kryo or clp ?


Clp sir...coz clp is much more dangerous than kyro..ehe. And i have clp..just hesitant to use it. Just want some inputs on using clp on a 980ti or gpu
Yeah, it would be interesting to see some input from those who are using clu/clp on the 980 Ti gpu die.

electro2u has a valid point about the difference in using liquid metal on a gpu vs a cpu die.
Yet, fat4l reports a significant 15C temp. drop with clp.

I'd be worried about any potential rma issues, if one had been using liquid metal on the gpu die though.
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post #13509 of 16162
CLU is much easier to remove than the others. Personally I find a 15 degree difference between grizzly odd. That difference should be much smaller but a bad first paste job etc could play into that. If CLU is worth it to you really depends on what temps you are running currently. If you are at high 70s with substantial fan speed then CLU might be considered but still has the risks explained above. If you are in the low 60s or below then the reduced temps will not yield very much stability increase if any at all. If I was you I would paste the die using grizzly and forget about it. Risking using clu or the like for a few degrees on a GPU is not worth it IMO. I've done it in the past and while my temps were decreased by about 5-6 degrees I saw absolutely no benefit to it. Just thought I would add my experience in.


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post #13510 of 16162
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Originally Posted by maynard14 View Post

Clp sir...coz clp is much more dangerous than kyro..ehe. And i have clp..just hesitant to use it. Just want some inputs on using clp on a 980ti or gpu
I have been useing CLP for 2+ years, no issues. On CPU and GPU.
I run "direct-die"(no ihs) with my golden 4790K with no issues. Gpu chip is the same as cpu chip. the only difference is size. If you are worried that CLU/P will spread where it shouldnt, just use normal paste around the die and it should catch CLP/U. If you use a proper amount of CLP/U, then it wont be scqueezed out. Use it on both sides(chip + cooler).
Yes 15C difference is very big. Idk how that was possible. My theory is, that kryonaut is a thick paste and maybe the block didnt pressure it enough to make it good contact with the die and there mayeb was a thick layer of the paste. Idk...
CLP/U FTW....
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