Right now I have a gtx 1080 with a blower cooler and once speed goes over 50, it gets super loud and it runs quite hot. So I'm planning to buy one of those after market accelero coolers because i hear that they do better than some of the custom aib board coolers (asus, and msi etc) and definitely better than my current cooler. But I was thinking that while i had the opportunity, I could use liquid metal instead of thermal paste. I'm definitely going to do it for my cpu because I have seen many people recommend it. But I feel there is conflicting evidence to say that its a good and bad idea. Here is a video saying its dumb -
And here is another sayings its good and can result in up to 10c drop -
I really dont care about the risk involved with warranty and stuff and I have taken apart 3 video cards and changed the thermal paste. but what do you guys think i should do?