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  1. Not that long ago, I made this post which reported on the extremely high GPU temperatures that I was getting while playing World of Warships, specifically in regards to the main port screen. At the time, my GPU became as hot as 86 degrees Celsius at the port screen, and 81 degrees Celsius while in battle. Fearing that one day the silicon components of my computer would melt or burn up in flames, I decided that it was about time that I replaced the thermal paste for the CPU and GPU. And so, I purchased a tube of Arctic Silver 5 thermal paste, and began to disassemble my laptop. Disassembly Removal of the keyboard panel, after removing the screws behind the back plate holding it in place. Removal of the LCD screen, giving access to the screws needed to remove the motherboard. Removal of the motherboard from the laptop unit. Motherboard of the ASUS G75VW, with CPU and graphics card heat sinks attached. Note the buildup of dust, over the span of 3 years. Other side of the motherboard, showing where the CPU and graphics card heatsinks attach on to the motherboard, and the location of the screws. The disassembled keyboard panel (left) and LCD screen (right). Miscellaneous parts disassembled from the laptop (optical drive, HDD, SSD, fan covers, etc.)