Originally Posted by superkyle1721
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.
Always destroying exergy
my temps on 1.224 volts 1500 oc on core and 2000 on memory is at 81 c while playing tomb raider max settings and fan speed at 80 percent
im really worried if i put the clp on the gpu die it will bond on the gpu cooler of my g1 gaming
thats why im really hesitant on applying the clp
gelid extreme and grizzly is not available in my country,,