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TO ADD OR NOT TO ADD

so i wanted to ask if adding new and better thermal paste to a laptop affects it’s performance in any shape or form

ASTRAY NOIR

CPU

Ryzen 5 3600

Cooler

Corsair H100I PRO

RAM

PNY XLR-8 EPIC-X DDR4-3200 CL16 32GB

GPU

ASUS ROG RTX 2070

STORAGE

SAMSUNG 850 EVO, 2xSEAGATE BARRACUDA PRO 1TB,A2000 1TB

Case

NZXT H500 

PSU

Enermax Revolution DF 650W

MONITOR

MSI MAG272,LG 22MP68BQ,DELL D2015H

PERIPHIRALS

Ducky One 2 (HORIZON) || Glorious Model O- Pink || G305 || Razer Nari Essential || HyperX Cloud II

 

 

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Well I had a pretty old laptop lying around who's thermals were horrendous. So I opened it up cleaned it from all of its dust and applied new thermal paste. Now it works like a charm. 

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Yeah that can really help in some cases, heheh get it cases. i replaced the thermal compound on a used pc i bought and noticed a 5c improvement and the same apply s to laptops im sure.

Im not sure what this signature thing is but it could use some RG

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Adding new thermal paste to the CPU will have a temperature redution, only by a small margin, only by a couple of degrees. It wont "significantly" reduce temperatures, it will slightly reduce temperatures, not by a lot. Aside from that, it wont affect performance, instead, it will improve and reduce temps.

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