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Originally Posted by axiumone View Post

Judging by the folks that have tested conductonaut, clu is still within margin of error and is substantially easier to apply. Supposedly there's only three metals that are combined for the metal thermal materials and they're all the same for the consumer available pastes. There's also no one that has tested the actual thermal conductivity of the available materials privately, so any company can essentially make up whatever ratings they prefer.

Having said that, I have conductonaut on hand and will apply it for the shunt mod on the 1080's, as well as the die on the delided cpu. I may also be brave enough to try it directly on one of the GPU's. Let's see how that goes in a month or so.

yep agreed... CLP is listed as 80 w/mk per coolaboratory website under additional info..., CLU listed as 38 w/mk, and yet both are mostly gallium 40 w/mk, with small amounts of indium, rhodium, silver, zinc, stannous (tin)....just clu is suspended in graphite-copper matrix so increases spreadability but slightly lowers thermal conductance. Many including myself, have tested both on bare die cpus (which would show the most difference), and both test within margin of error, not surprising given both are mostly gallium (40 w/mk), and both will have similar bondline thickness and interface resistances.

grizzly conductonaut is listed as 73 w/mk on their website, and same mostly gallium 40 w/mk with indium, tin, etc.

I would bet if all 3 tested under same rigid testing with calibrated probes, you wouldnt be able to tell the 3 apart.

That being said, cpu bare die applications with very low surface area and high power density, achieve the most benefit from using metal tim. On large surface area GPUs with lower power density, it will be more like the difference between IHS and block on cpu, ie much lower temp differences. If I were an air cooler, I might be willing to gain a few C with liquid metal vs paste.. But since I will be on water, and temps are never a problem, I will use only use non-conducting paste on GPU. My Titan X never gets above 43C, with water temp of 29C. So no chance the metal tim would lower temps any more than a few C on water.
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When I put blocks on my Maxwell Titan's, someone suggested that before putting the thermal pads on top of the memory modules and other components, that I should put a small amount of thermal paste on them first, lay the pad on them and then put a little more on top of the pad. Is this something that is typically recommended?
If pads are dry, yes, as they wont fill in microcrevices as well as paste. If the pads have wet surface, may be ok not too, but even then I dust both surfaces (not pads) with high conductance paste.
Edited by opt33 - 8/13/16 at 8:17pm
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my gpu is at about 28c idle and 42c load after hours of gaming, currently with kryonaut.

I'll put the condactonaut on it the next days and see if this lowers anything.


question about the shunt mod:
I have the kraken G10 blowing on the right side of the card, will the liquid metal stay on the shunts or not?
Edited by dante`afk - 8/13/16 at 10:59pm
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Should I be worried about applying CLU on the GPU die if I am mounting the GPU vertically?

Not if you don't over-apply. I've ran it for years on a (obviously) vertically mounted CPU without any issue/leakage/drip. The key to CLU is really "less is more." Spread it as thin as you can, and as long as you see visible coverage you're good to go. Personally, I brush it on both surfaces. So both the die, and the block. But again...super light layer.
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So I've just purchased a Titan x and will be waiting until I move into my new place to install it but before I do that I thought I'd see whats what and it seems that I should buy Grizzly Kryonaut to give it that extra cooling with the standard air cooler it has. Is this a good idea?

Yes it is my temps are 10c lower.
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Yes it is my temps are 10c lower.

This is so bizarre. I changed my TIM on my TITAN X pascal to Grizzly Kryonaut and it didn't do squat for temps. Still getting mid to high 80's under load even with ~85% fan speed. This is starting to worry me. My 2nd TITAN X comes on monday, i'll have to compare it and see if the temps are better on that one. I REALLY hope there isn't something wrong with the card, i suppose even if there is a waterblock would likely fix it as i can't imagine it being anything other than the COOLER causing that kind of issue, but still...
 
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Ugh....i wanna throw something. I figured what the heck, i'll try changing my thermal paste again and apply the kryonaut using the special rubber "brush" that the instructions tell you to use. Just put the card back together afterwards and now the frickin fan is making a HORRID squealing sound that gets louder the faster the fan moves. Putting my finger on the fan to slow it down reduces the noise. It's absolutely ATROCIOUS sounding, worse than any coil whine etc.. i've ever heard. what could possibly cause this? It's not like i took the damn fan apart!!
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Just wondering what peoples results are like on water, are the stock clocks more stable, do you gain in overclocking on water. My wb should arrive next week hopefully so will post my findings when I do.
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Has anyone from Irleand managed to purchase a card? It seems co.uk ships exclusively to UK..
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+1 on the PK-3, has my uni working like a champ.. thumb.gif
yeah - it's plenty for pascal. with the Uni's, temps are always in the 30's? (max of like +10 over the water temperature.)
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I used to swear by PK-3 but I've been using Kryonaut since it was released and I'm very happy with it. thumb.gif
once you get into the higher quality TIMs it is more the mount quality that affects the outcome. wink.gif
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This is so bizarre. I changed my TIM on my TITAN X pascal to Grizzly Kryonaut and it didn't do squat for temps. Still getting mid to high 80's under load even with ~85% fan speed. This is starting to worry me. My 2nd TITAN X comes on monday, i'll have to compare it and see if the temps are better on that one. I REALLY hope there isn't something wrong with the card, i suppose even if there is a waterblock would likely fix it as i can't imagine it being anything other than the COOLER causing that kind of issue, but still...
Highly doubt changing the TIM will lower temps by 10c. Maybe 1-3c. Something is amiss.
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