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higher gpu tempeture after rebuilding

Hello. i recently "rebuilt" my pc due to cables being all over the place. So i remove all the screws and parts and put everything back in its place and prayed everything would work LOL. While i was at it i decided to change my gpu thermal paste after about 2years. I put my gpu back and pc was working. So when i got into a game i checked my temp i was surprised to see it raise to 80c my gpu would almost never go above 75c even when overclocking and playing for hours. Is there anyone that had this problem before that fixed? have i done somethign wrong when putting the stuff back in place? Any help would be grateful. Luckily i did record game before and after so if it would help i can post link to video here 

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1. Possibly not enough pressure on the gpu and the cooler.

2. Possible missed spot on the gpu die.

3. Combination of both. Though id assume its 1.

Im with the mentaility of "IF IM NOT SURE IF ITS ENOUGH COOLING, GO OVERKILL"

 

CURRENT PC SPECS    

CPU             Ryzen 5 3600 (Formerly Ryzen 3 1200)

GPU             : ASUS RX 580 Dual OC (Formerly ASUS GTX 1060 but it got corroded for some odd reasons)

GPU COOOER      : ID Cooling Frostflow 120 VGA (Stock cooler overheats even when undervolted :()

MOBO            : MSI B350m Bazooka

MEMORY          Team Group Elite TUF DDR4 3600 Mhz CL 16
STORAGE         : Seagate Baracudda 1TB and Kingston SSD
PSU             : Thermaltake Lite power 550W (Gonna change soon as i dont trust this)
CASE            : Rakk Anyag Frost
CPU COOLER      : ID-Cooling SE 207
CASE FANS       : Mix of ID cooling fans, Corsair fans and Rakk Ounos (planned change to ID Cooling)
DISPLAY         : SpectrePro XTNS24 144hz Curved VA panel
MOUSE           : Logitech G603 Lightspeed
KEYBOARD        : Rakk Lam Ang

HEADSET         : Plantronics RIG 500HD

Kingston Hyper X Stinger

 

and a whole lot of LED everywhere(behind the monitor, behind the desk, behind the shelf of the PC mount and inside the case)

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