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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-20-2020, 02:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Gtx 1070 FE thermal.pad thickness

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I going to repaste my 1070. Giving the fact that its few years old i've wanted to disassamble whole card and give it a good clean and replace thermal pads just to be safe but i can't find any information how thick they should be
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2/2.5mm

Some pads squish more than other so kind of depends what you go with.

If you have a EVGA one you might be able to just request them

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I want to use gelid go extteme pads and thermal grizzly kryonaut paste
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See pic, notice backplate has a 0.5 pad as well.
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Thanks very much for info. I will be ordering. The pads soon.
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Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
See pic, notice backplate has a 0.5 pad as well.
Do you know how maqny i would need ? 120x20 strip of every thickness wiil do ?
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Quote: Originally Posted by bezkitus View Post
Do you know how maqny i would need ? 120x20 strip of every thickness wiil do ?
Play it safe with thermal pads, can always reuse them. That said, I would go with:

0.5mm = 2x
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You might also want to consider WHICH thermal pads you go with https://graphicscardhub.com/best-thermal-pad/. I actually just purchased some 2 days ago. Went with all three sizes of the Alphacool 17W/mk variant. Consider that the majority of thermal pads from manufacturers only have thermal dissipation of around 2-4W/mk. See the EK garbage here: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/thermal-pad-e-0-5mm-ram-8x

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