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  • So recently we did a video were rebuilt this $567 gaming PC capable of wall 105 f.

  • B s here in resident evil, too.

  • Uh, one of the things we used and that was our x r x 5 80 And we talked about over clocking a little bit and how temperatures have actually reached the low eighties.

  • And a lot of people reached out to us and said, Hey, you know, that card is kind of known to have bad thermal pace from the factories.

  • What I thought we do today is kind of a just a quick, exploratory video where we take a look.

  • Do our attempts actually improve?

  • If we change the thermal paste on this card, as you can probably hear, the fans are definitely running near full speed and we're still getting 78.

  • See inside of Resident Evil two right here, 79.

  • I've already seen 81 82.

  • In fact, if we go ahead and quit outta here, quick, you'll see that there is definitely gonna be some head room that we could probably find here.

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  • So the card in question here is the radio on our X 5 80 by power color.

  • It's the Red Dragon variant, which is a more entry level card, although it has a back plate and a dual fan cooler.

  • If we take a look at MSC afterburner here for about the last, I don't know 25 minutes or so maybe 30 minutes.

  • I was playing Resident Evil two.

  • You could see the temperatures curb up fairly quickly.

  • But then you can see we definitely hit the seventies upper seventies.

  • And then here we hit 81.

  • And then as I went to the menu of stuff, start talking, you guys, it comes down to like the upper seventies.

  • So we hit a max of 82 which, in my opinion, for a card that is still we on the warmer side that are expired.

  • Baby can get pretty warm.

  • If you have, like the reference cooler on there for a duel cooler heat pipe card like this.

  • I feel like we should definitely be getting some better temperatures in that.

  • Now.

  • This video that we're gonna do right now also is going apply to pretty much any graphics card, not just in our X 5 80 but any graphics card, even those they're using.

  • A founder's addition or reference style cooler.

  • You can still probably get some better temperatures by changing it out to a better thermal paste and then even receding the cooler, cause a lot of you guys seem to think that this issue that we were seeing was directly related to thermal paste.

  • With this card, I figured we would at least see if that was valid or not.

  • Now we do have an over clock applied here with a plus 25 on the core voltage.

  • A lot of you guys said Undervolt card undervolt.

  • I found that I could not get 14 50 stable without me running about a plus 25 on here.

  • Zero votes or zero additional volts was not stable.

  • I haven't tried necessarily undervolt ing, but for the sake of today's video and keeping everything consistent because we need to make sure we're not introducing any variables that could skew our results were leaving all those settings as they are right there.

  • You're also gonna notice we're running 55 C right now at idle because this car does have a zero rpm idle mode where the fans don't turn and they offer silence instead of cooling.

  • So it's a bit warm on the idol.

  • That's normal because, like I said, we're not actually turning the fans.

  • So with all that out of the way, let's go ahead and break open the card and see what we find.

  • So given the fact that this card has four heat pipes and a dual fan with heat sink on here.

  • I was kind of expecting these temperatures to be better.

  • Now, this could also technically void your warranty, although it's kind of a gray area where I guess manufacturers technically aren't allowed to void your warranty by taking something apart.

  • But there is a sticker on this particular card over one of the screw holes.

  • So yeah, you don't do this at your own risk.

  • Obviously, don't say J told me to do this.

  • He's responsible.

  • He made me avoid my warranty.

  • That ain't gonna fly, so don't even try it.

  • Here we go.

  • Well, I don't know if I'd go as far as to say that it was, Ah, bad thermal paste application.

  • But that's what it looks like.

  • Nonetheless, it's definitely thick.

  • I mean, a lot of the thermal pace to you from the factories is extremely heavy and very thick.

  • So I'm hoping that by s going with some of the more traditional stuff I used with water blocks that we might see a little bit oven improvement here.

  • It's also interesting to see that to memory chips here have extra sealant like around them.

  • I wonder why these two chips have a different type of mounting than these other ones here.

  • We got some of the corner of the actual socket as well.

  • It's also interesting to you the way these sockets are kind of mounted at these, these chips are mounted at a 45 degree angle.

  • Not that it really matters.

  • So just I've never really seen that before.

  • Okay, So as with any sort of d i y like this, you assume a certain level of risk and responsibility And because when you're dealing with GPU dies like this, you are dealing with S M.

  • D s that air exposed and transistors and resistors that air right here on the surface.

  • You want to be very careful when you go to clean the thermal paced off.

  • You don't want to use anything that's gonna necessarily be grabby.

  • Fact.

  • A lot of people would probably even say, Don't use a paper towel like I am right now, but I've done this so much, I'm comfortable with it.

  • You might want to use maybe a coffee filter or something like that, which is less fibrous.

  • It's not gonna leave little fibers like That's kind of leaving on there, and you want to make sure that you get all of this off without getting hooked on any of these and accidentally pulling them off.

  • Which is what paper towels in any sort of cloth can.

  • Actually, d'oh!

  • I've never seen a plate that mounts down to the pipes like us.

  • I'm curious now by India.

  • These will that play come off because it's so.

  • That's another layer of transfer, right?

  • So if there's thermal paste that goes between this plate and the heat pipes, that could be the thing to like, Why is this screwed down like that?

  • I've never seen this before on Air Quote card.

  • It's almost like maybe they put down like a saucer or a flux and then spending this group down and then it cares.

  • Yeah, that could be it, but that's not popping off.

  • I'm not gonna force it.

  • So this is direct die.

  • So we want to use a lot, in my opinion, because we want to cover every square millimeter of its and it is going to squish over to the side, and it's perfectly fine.

  • This is not conductive echo therm from Ikea, which we use on our water blocks.

  • So you guys wanna make sure.

  • Obviously, if you're using any sort of thermal paste that it's non conductive of the most thermal paste these days are not conductive any longer.

  • So I mean, depending on your graphics card, you may or may not have kind of screws or a thermal pace glob that got jammed in the card or something.

  • But you have a 1,000,000 screws that go around the perimeter and stuff.

  • So you just want to be very careful as you're taking it apart that you make sure that you got all the screws out before you go trying to pry it apart.

  • Otherwise, you could accidentally damage your card.

  • And you don't want that because then you'll cry.

  • They will build play games.

  • You won't be able to live a fortnight anymore, and then you cry.

  • And not just because your child, but because before night everything is awesome.

  • Everything is cool when you're part of it.

  • Okay, hopefully we still have video.

  • All right?

  • So early.

  • Everything is running.

  • It's gonna take some time for this, obviously heat up, but 33 30 pool realizing really count.

  • But we just fired it on right.

  • We just put clean thermal pace that the school is, it could possibly be.

  • But just to show that all of our settings are the same, nothing's changed.

  • Same factory, fan curb and all that sort of stuff.

  • Let's go ahead and go back in the resident Evil two.

  • Same thing, same spots, no tomfoolery here or J foolery or whatever.

  • All right, so as you can see right now, we just hit 81 so clearly there was no change.

  • I'm in the exact same spot to that I was even.

  • There's no change whatsoever to the temperature in this particular instance.

  • That doesn't mean it wouldn't necessarily be a fix for you, because if you've been running your graphics card for hard for the last year to your thermal paces probably nice and hard and kind of thickened up if that makes sense and you could benefit from this, so I would still highly recommend it if you're comfortable with taking your card apart and replacing the thermal pace.

  • We did this in the past with an old GTX 5 80 that used to belong toe coconut monkey, and we saw it came down like six degrees in his case.

  • But as you can see I'm sitting 81 right now and we're not getting It's exactly the same.

  • That 81 0 there's 82.

  • Even so, but what will affect your system more than anything else is obviously the case airflow.

  • So I still stand by what I said in that video, where if you take your case and you open it up by opening it up, I could also mean not taking the side panel off, but also giving better air flow through the pan through the case.

  • Because we've got one intake fan, one exhaust fan, which it might, opinion is not enough for this particular amount of heat that this card can put off.

  • I took the side panel off.

  • You can see we've already come down two degrees down to 79 and the longer I play this will actually continue to come down over time, their 78 and has everything to do with the fact that the card is now able to get fresh air.

  • That's recirculating because a cooler like this that is exhausting air into the chip chassis of the case.

  • It's the chassis is responsibility to take the heat out of the case, and this one is just not doing your job of it because we have one low rpm, 120 millimeter fan right here in the back.

  • And as you can see right here, it's already coming down in temperature is not as fast as I would like.

  • Oh, there's 77 for a second there, just like it takes a while for the card to heat up.

  • It could take a while for it to cool off a swell.

  • And in fact, we have ways of speeding that up around here.

  • Here we go.

  • Well, even with, like, 1000 CFM or whatever this man is capable of moving, it's stopped at 75.

  • So maybe the more of the story 0 74 improvements.

  • All right, so maybe the moral of the story is when you buy a lesser and graphics card, you get what you pay for.

  • And in this instance, the cooler is doing what it's designed to do.

  • A mediocre job.

  • But we could still play without any sort of throttling it still 1450 megahertz when it was 82 degrees or 75 in this case with a box fan plugged into it.

  • You could still play games on a budget PC.

  • You kind of gotta go.

  • Well, what exactly do you want out of it?

  • But what we just showed you that, like I said, does apply to any graphics card for the most part.

  • So if you've got a graphics card that was running great, and now it's running really hot, and you haven't changed anything.

  • You might want to start by taking a looking good thermal pace.

  • So there you go.

  • This is one of those videos we did specifically because of the comments section.

  • So I just felt like we do it.

  • Hopefully, this taught you something.

  • If we taught you to not be afraid to service your own components even though it has a warranty void sticker.

  • So obviously, like I said, that one's on you in terms of whether or not you want to avoid your warranties to do this.

  • So I'm gonna go, guys, Thanks for watching.

  • And as always, we'll see you next.

  • Okay.

  • So reason we recently recently we did a video.

  • Can you hear me?

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要不要更換顯卡的散熱膏? (Should you replace your video card's thermal paste??)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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