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Apologies for poor links, site doesn't want to filter to embed the image for me. My Aorus non-extreme has been absolutely incredible.

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people have been saying that after gauntlet testing some of the chips got mixed up and they made extremes out of reggies nad reggies out of extremes. And judging by what i've seen, it is sounding more and more true./

Wow, much LOL. Guess I got lucky. Going to be bad for GB reputation if true...
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Wow, much LOL. Guess I got lucky. Going to be bad for GB reputation if true...
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$30! damn. ouch.

people have been saying that after gauntlet testing some of the chips got mixed up and they made extremes out of reggies nad reggies out of extremes. And judging by what i've seen, it is sounding more and more true.

double ouch!
well, guys, cant defend those prices but it is the best! Living abroad has it's advantages but shipping isnt one of them :/

Oh well might as well make the best of it anyway. Btw, what method did you use to spread the TIM? Spread or Spread + a mini pea in the centre?

Thanks Guru.
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Oh well might as well make the best of it anyway. Btw, what method did you use to spread the TIM? Spread or Spread + a mini pea in the centre?

Thanks Guru.

According to Thermal Grizzly, spread approach. The tube is meant to come with an applicator of some sort....yet to confirm if this is true smile.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRytGgmdeQM
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Right! Ordered some Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut. $50 (AUD) delivered. Ouch frown.gif

I'll be replacing the pads on the memory as I have sheet of fujipoly already and leave the rest of the pads.

Probably arrive in a few days. I'll let you guys know how I go smile.gif
well look who it is:p
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Right! Ordered some Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut. $50 (AUD) delivered. Ouch frown.gif

I'll be replacing the pads on the memory as I have sheet of fujipoly already and leave the rest of the pads.

Probably arrive in a few days. I'll let you guys know how I go smile.gif
well look who it is:p
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Oh well might as well make the best of it anyway. Btw, what method did you use to spread the TIM? Spread or Spread + a mini pea in the centre?

Thanks Guru.
NO PEA. spread thin across the whole thing. cpu=pea blob, gpu=thin spread. stuff is super easy to work with. The enclosed tip is pretty great.
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According to Thermal Grizzly, spread approach. The tube is meant to come with an applicator of some sort....yet to confirm if this is true smile.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRytGgmdeQM
confirmed, and it works great.ez pz
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well look who it is:p
NO PEA. spread thin across the whole thing. cpu=pea blob, gpu=thin spread. stuff is super easy to work with. The enclosed tip is pretty great.
confirmed, and it works great.ez pz

Excellent. I'll get it done and repost my temps. Thanks much. 😁
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According to Thermal Grizzly, spread approach. The tube is meant to come with an applicator of some sort....yet to confirm if this is true smile.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRytGgmdeQM
Honestly, I can't recommend coolaboratory liquid pro enough.

I have shaky hands, but with some care, and a couple of YouTube videos on how to apply. It's the easiest TIM to apply for me. Plus you have the knowledge that the TIM is well applied with full spread on the die, unlike pea method etc with conventional pastes.

I've used it on 4 gtx cards so far. 3 mine & 1 friends, without any issues. 2 of them having been running for >2 years or so without any change in temps since application.

If you have any questions still, I'll be happy to help
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Honestly, I can't recommend coolaboratory liquid pro enough.

I have shaky hands, but with some care, and a couple of YouTube videos on how to apply. It's the easiest TIM to apply for me. Plus you have the knowledge that the TIM is well applied with full spread on the die, unlike pea method etc with conventional pastes.

I've used it on 4 gtx cards so far. 3 mine & 1 friends, without any issues. 2 of them having been running for >2 years or so without any change in temps since application.

If you have any questions still, I'll be happy to help


But as i read online in time it affects copper , aluminium...i have clu and kryonaut , but if i change it i will put kryo , clu is risky , i bet i voids warranty for sure , since it leaves a mark on the heatskink !
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So I picked up a Kill-A-Watt since they are so cheap and I am interested in how many watts my computer puts out. With a 6700k @ 1.38v & 4.7Ghz, G.Skill Trident Z 3400Mhz RAM @ 1.65v and my Aorus @ 1.00v & 2050 my max power draw during SuperPosition 4k was 467w. I was thinking it would be higher than that considering I'm running two D5 pumps, 14 radiator fans, and one case fan for exhaust.


i have kind of the same pc ,it also depends on the game , i get between 470-530w
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