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Yah GPU's don't use heatspreaders at all.. so you need to cover every square millimeter of the GPU die!


JayTwoCents did a great video on this topic!


You really can't use too much, as long as your using a non-conductive thermal paste.

I made the mistake of using too little once... ended up with a GPU about 6C hotter compared to the OEM paste.
Ended up taking it apart again and saw I missed a decent section of one corner completely.

So don't be afraid to be pretty liberal with your thermal paste application on your GPU.. it won't raise your temps if you go over the side a bit.

Yup although hes a complete tool can't argue with actual fact haha. First thing i did on my brand new Nitro was change the TIM went from 74°C to 68°C when using Noctua. That was on the day i got it too. Now though cant complain with 42°C most of the time under load.
    
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NO! the op asked how much of an impact he would get if he replaced the thermal past on his gpu's, this is the title of his thread and I posted my answer and then others told me I was wrong. read the first post, he does not ask how to cool the gpu's. he asked if replacing the thermal paste would help.

Calm down buddy. No need to go gorilla on me. Let me break this down.

OP asked how much changing paste would help.
OP posts pics.
The smart people of OCN notice that replacing thermal past WONT help his temp.
Smart people OCN suggest that buying a new case will actually help his problem.

It's not that we didn't ignore his question, we offered a much more pratical solution that will help his system temps OVERALL as well as drastically lower his GPU temps better than some paste swap will do.

Secondly, myself and a few other even gave some tips on how to mod his current case to achieve the temps he desires with little to no money.

So again, calm yourself.
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Calm down buddy. No need to go gorilla on me. Let me break this down.

OP asked how much changing paste would help.
OP posts pics.
The smart people of OCN notice that replacing thermal past WONT help his temp.
Smart people OCN suggest that buying a new case will actually help his problem.

It's not that we didn't ignore his question, we offered a much more pratical solution that will help his system temps OVERALL as well as drastically lower his GPU temps better than some paste swap will do.

Secondly, myself and a few other even gave some tips on how to mod his current case to achieve the temps he desires with little to no money.

So again, calm yourself.

+rep can we close this thread now?
    
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Calm down buddy. No need to go gorilla on me. Let me break this down.

OP asked how much changing paste would help.
OP posts pics.
The smart people of OCN notice that replacing thermal past WONT help his temp.
Smart people OCN suggest that buying a new case will actually help his problem.

It's not that we didn't ignore his question, we offered a much more pratical solution that will help his system temps OVERALL as well as drastically lower his GPU temps better than some paste swap will do.

Secondly, myself and a few other even gave some tips on how to mod his current case to achieve the temps he desires with little to no money.

So again, calm yourself.

so you are calling me stupid for giving the op the answer to his question? and his first post did not ask for a solution. but go ahead and call me stupid if it makes you feel so ******* smart. ASSHAT!
And I was not go gorilla on you but now I am for you calling me stupid, so for that you can kindly **** OFF!!
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so you are calling me stupid for giving the op the answer to his question? and his first post did not ask for a solution. but go ahead and call me stupid if it makes you feel so ******* smart. ASSHAT!
And I was not go gorilla on you but now I am for you calling me stupid, so for that you can kindly **** OFF!!

Ahem..

No friend. I didn't call you stupid. I said the smart people of OCN. You assumed that I was calling you stupid. My post didn't say "Stupid people like jlhawn...". Seriously calm down. For that, I'll say 3 things.

1. Seriously.... relax. You offered what he wanted. I offered what he needed. He wanted to see if paste could he but what he needed to do was increase airflow. It's not rocket science. Your looking at one particular issue and I'm looking at the big picture.
2. Again... I didn't call you stupid. Your assuming that I called you stupid. I'm not insulting your intelligence. Your doing a great job if that yourself with your latest post.
3. Common man. 223 Rep, FTR 1,184, thousands of posts. Your doing OCN a great service. Your better than this. Your not a primate. I'd like to think you've evolved past that but ohh man I'm worried about ya.
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Guys, come on. This thread specifically referred to the topic of thermal paste. I appreciate all the other suggestions that were mentioned in this thread relating to buying a new chassis, but remember, I had already made a separate thread for that.

A friend of mine had thermal paste on hand, so I thought, why not go for it. In the end, I can see now that my temps take longer to rise, and the max value is 85C compared to factory thermal paste.

The paste I used was an old Xigmatek Freezing Point G4718. I may get a better paste and see how much further it improves my temperatures.

I applied my thermal paste thrice. First and third time was "very little", I got 85C max. Second time I applied a bit more, got 88C. So application method can make a difference.
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Guys, come on. This thread specifically referred to the topic of thermal paste. I appreciate all the other suggestions that were mentioned in this thread relating to buying a new chassis, but remember, I had already made a separate thread for that.

A friend of mine had thermal paste on hand, so I thought, why not go for it. In the end, I can see now that my temps take longer to rise, and the max value is 85C compared to factory thermal paste.

The paste I used was an old Xigmatek Freezing Point G4718. I may get a better paste and see how much further it improves my temperatures.

I applied my thermal paste thrice. First and third time was "very little", I got 85C max. Second time I applied a bit more, got 88C. So application method can make a difference.
To make a simple point. Changing thermal paste in your situation of a very hot ambient and poor airflow will not give you results you want. You can not change principle physics, it is impossible.
You could get aftermarket cooler for your GPU, but that also requires better cooling from your ambient and case.

Let me give you an good example. My current system below is overclocked. Right now my ambient temps is 27c in my home as it is hot. All my case and heatsink fans are at 60% (1000-1100rpm) and gpu fans are 60%. My temps while gaming Overwatch and BDO is under 65c. My system is much more demanding, yet I can keep my system quiet cool, quiet enough to game with.

Unless you are willing to follow these simple direction we all gave, we are wasting our time and think this thread needs to be closed.
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Guys, come on. This thread specifically referred to the topic of thermal paste. I appreciate all the other suggestions that were mentioned in this thread relating to buying a new chassis, but remember, I had already made a separate thread for that.

A friend of mine had thermal paste on hand, so I thought, why not go for it. In the end, I can see now that my temps take longer to rise, and the max value is 85C compared to factory thermal paste.

The paste I used was an old Xigmatek Freezing Point G4718. I may get a better paste and see how much further it improves my temperatures.

I applied my thermal paste thrice. First and third time was "very little", I got 85C max. Second time I applied a bit more, got 88C. So application method can make a difference.
So, I know that was another thread, & I'm a bit hesitant to derail this one further, but I have to ask. Are you considering upgrading or modding your case? It seems like you've already done anything easier, so it seems to be the next step if you're wanting more.
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So, I know that was another thread, & I'm a bit hesitant to derail this one further, but I have to ask. Are you considering upgrading or modding your case? It seems like you've already done anything easier, so it seems to be the next step if you're wanting more.

Yes, the truth is I have done all the simple stuff. I have cleaned up my cable management, I have bumped up my GPU fan curve a bit, and now I have replaced the thermal paste.

My next step would be to invest in a good case fan, and replace it with the stock exhaust fan in my PC. Higher CFM, lower noise. It should in theory help to suck out the hot air.

My current case fan can do 35CFM at max speed. I tried it last night. At max, it drops my GPU max temps a further 3C. Not much, but still something. However, it is blaring loud. I set my fan to max out at 70% otherwise. So from about 25 to 35 CFM, I dropped 3C. I'm thinking of getting a Arctic F9 or Noctua A9, both which do 43CFM quieter. Should in theory reduce my temps a total of 5-6C and I can carry it forward to when I upgrade my case eventually.

Case upgrade is definitely not happening now. Also, a GTX 960 is a stop gap solution. I'll be getting the GTX 1060 at launch, and hopefully the cooling for that card is better, possibly with a lower TDP. I'll most likely drop the EVGA ITX model if it doesn't have improved cooling, and go for the Asus Strix which has the best cooling and at 8 inches will fit into my PC.
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My next step would be to invest in a good case fan, and replace it with the stock exhaust fan in my PC. Higher CFM, lower noise. It should in theory help to suck out the hot air.

Case upgrade is definitely not happening now. Also, a GTX 960 is a stop gap solution. I'll be getting the GTX 1060 at launch, and hopefully the cooling for that card is better, possibly with a lower TDP.
There is flaws with this.
First just changing the rear fan to faster one is a small step, you need intake. One single rear fan is not enough. Proper cooling is very important and a big step fixing your issue.
Second getting a GTX 1060 is going to be roughly the same TDP as the GTX960. Temps is not going to change that much with what you have now.

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