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    Unhappy Sapphire HD6790 [Heat Sink/Temperature]

    Recently, I started playing Far Cry 3 (I know I'm late ) at 1080p and optimal graphics settings, which I think is enough to push my GPU to full load and the FPS fluctualtes between 30-40.

    I had speed fan running in the background and after I quit I saw my GPU temperature as 76C. I googled about the max. temp. it should have at load and almost in all the temp. test result it showed ~65C as the load temperature. So I opened up my PC and saw my GPU heat sink completely covered with dust under the cooling fan, hence I unscrewed the heat sink and cleaned it up completely.

    After putting back everything, I run the game again and play for about an hour and see my temp. as 90C. I have no idea what went wrong!
    So I tried to adjust the heat sink again and played the game, this time it improved a bit, the max temp. shown was 81C which is still higher than before.

    *My fan speed is set to 50% manual control in catalyst control center.

    WHAT SHOULD I DO TO REDUCE THE TEMPERATURE?

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    are you out of ur mind???? :O :O :O

    have u totally forgotten abt the thermal paste.

    go buy a good thermal paste.

    open the heat sink. apply paste. nice and evenly on the gpu. set the heatsink back.

    make sure the heatsink have sufficient pressure on the gpu.

    plug it in turn on. see the temperature.

    use msi afterburner for changing the fan curve. and set 90% speed for 75 degree temp.

    it will work i guess

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    The GPU already is covered with thermal paste, and it's also there below the heat sink at the contact point. I did not touch that part. But it's kinda solidified.

    But still if that's required, do you have any suggestions on which one to use? I'll be going to IDB next week so I guess I can get the thermal paste from there. And any tips on how to remove the existing paste and apply again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMMmmm View Post
    The GPU already is covered with thermal paste, and it's also there below the heat sink at the contact point. I did not touch that part. But it's kinda solidified.

    But still if that's required, do you have any suggestions on which one to use? I'll be going to IDB next week so I guess I can get the thermal paste from there. And any tips on how to remove the existing paste and apply again?
    as u have opened it up u have to clean the existing paste and reapply. something of cooler master/ thermaltake will do.

    there is something called thermal paste remover/TIM remover. but if u dont wanna buy it u can just use the Hexisol(hope u know what it is)

    soak cotton with hexisol and carefully clean the gpu and sink's paste. reapply thermal paste on the gpu.

    don't touch it

    set the sink back. tighten screws. it should be okay.

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    somehow you removed the thermalpaste and before that 70 or 7x was fine temperature ..as i also have the same gpu the temperature was ok anyway take cooler master thermalpaste and use the thermalpaste like this https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...with-pictures/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    somehow you removed the thermalpaste and before that 70 or 7x was fine temperature ..as i also have the same gpu the temperature was ok anyway take cooler master thermalpaste and use the thermalpaste like this https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...with-pictures/
    linus would be happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    linus would be happy

    he is always a happy man XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    as u have opened it up u have to clean the existing paste and reapply. something of cooler master/ thermaltake will do.

    there is something called thermal paste remover/TIM remover. but if u dont wanna buy it u can just use the Hexisol(hope u know what it is)

    soak cotton with hexisol and carefully clean the gpu and sink's paste. reapply thermal paste on the gpu.

    don't touch it

    set the sink back. tighten screws. it should be okay.
    Thanks for your help . So I guess I shouldn't play games until I've applied the paste.

    And any idea on how much the paste remover and the thermal paste may cost? And are they available in IDB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    somehow you removed the thermalpaste and before that 70 or 7x was fine temperature ..as i also have the same gpu the temperature was ok anyway take cooler master thermalpaste and use the thermalpaste like this https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...with-pictures/
    Thanks . And you mean say for this card, temp. around 75C was okay?
    What is your load temp.? Can you please do a FurMark benchmark test and show me the results?

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    Thermalpaste might cost you 700/800 taka unless there is some cheap thermalpaste within 50/100 taka, better you avoid them

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMMmmm View Post
    Thanks for your help . So I guess I shouldn't play games until I've applied the paste.

    And any idea on how much the paste remover and the thermal paste may cost? And are they available in IDB?

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    Thanks . And you mean say for this card, temp. around 75C was okay?
    What is your load temp.? Can you please do a FurMark benchmark test and show me the results?
    my pc is in sylhet actually and i am in dhaka so cant give you the furmark test but last time when i tested then my temperature was 75 maximum

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    you shouldn't use the GPU as long as TIM reapplying isn't done.

    just buy the thermal paste. no point of spending extra cash on thermal paste remover. i have used hexisol several times. so far not a single problem.
    u can also use any alcoholic substance to clean it up.

    load temperature 75degree is a bit high. just speed up the fan and keep the card cool.

    Thermaltake TG2 is available. it should be enuf.

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    What the heck, what are you smoking?
    Anyways, get some good thermalpaste, do not worry about the remover, just use some aftershave lotion on it, and you should be able to rub it off.

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    And yes 75c was completely okay for a 6790

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheikhItBaby View Post
    What the heck, what are you smoking?
    Anyways, get some good thermalpaste, do not worry about the remover, just use some aftershave lotion on it, and you should be able to rub it off.

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    And yes 75c was completely okay for a 6790
    I seriously don't know what went wrong! :S And as I mentioned before, the thermal paste is still there I didn't touch that part. I've applied thermal paste to my CPU before and I know that it's important.

    Well 75C seemed a bit high to me and the google search results confirmed my doubt so I thought of cleaning it. :/

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    Apni duita bhul korsen:

    1. kono shomoy heatsink khulle thermalpaste notun kore dite hoi. Ager thermalpaste thakuk ba na thakuk.

    2. amader country te room temps aktu beshi hoi so apni jodi kono foreign website e dekhen je tader GPU avg temp kom thake ta hoar karon oder room temps amader theke kom. Review te dekhlam GTX 670 avg temp 64-65 e thake but amar ta around 75-80 e thake (age 70-75 e chilo).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    Apni duita bhul korsen:

    1. kono shomoy heatsink khulle thermalpaste notun kore dite hoi. Ager thermalpaste thakuk ba na thakuk.

    2. amader country te room temps aktu beshi hoi so apni jodi kono foreign website e dekhen je tader GPU avg temp kom thake ta hoar karon oder room temps amader theke kom. Review te dekhlam GTX 670 avg temp 64-65 e thake but amar ta around 75-80 e thake (age 70-75 e chilo).
    My 670s used to say under 65C while running furmark.

    Anyway off-topic aside, you need to clean off the old thermal compound and apply a fresh layer. Be sure to use branded ones as the local TIMs available here are CRAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    Apni duita bhul korsen:

    1. kono shomoy heatsink khulle thermalpaste notun kore dite hoi. Ager thermalpaste thakuk ba na thakuk.

    2. amader country te room temps aktu beshi hoi so apni jodi kono foreign website e dekhen je tader GPU avg temp kom thake ta hoar karon oder room temps amader theke kom. Review te dekhlam GTX 670 avg temp 64-65 e thake but amar ta around 75-80 e thake (age 70-75 e chilo).
    Sheta akhon bujhte parlam. Dekhi akhon thermal paste apply korar por temp. er ki obsta hoy.
    Thanks

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