Hey guys, Prior to installing my GPU waterblocks, I had watched a couple of lengthy installation videos and I did of course read the manual. In the video that I was following while installing the blocks, the guys said that it's a good idea to put some thermal paste on top of the padding on the vram modules and other padded parts as well as the GPU its self. So following carefully, I did the same and applied a small amount of thermal paste on top of each of the thermal pads. Today I was talking to a friend who said that I shouldn't have and that it may cause issues? The thermal paste I used was that which was included and also some arctic MX4 which I believe neither of which are conductive. Prior to my pump leaking, I had run some stress tests. After running fur mark for about 10 minutes I found that my GPU's sat at around 40-50 degrees celcius (they are both over-clocked with +75mv added on each) and they would idle at around 24-30 degrees celcius. When I was running them on air, I had found that running furmark, both graphics cards would quickly shoot up to about 75-80 degrees celcius and about 70 with the fan speed on 100%; they would then fluctuate around these temps by up to 5-6 degrees. I am running a 360mm and 240mm Radiator and just for reference, my CPU would idle at about 15-20 degrees celcius and would reach up to about 55 max running p95. (It's running at 4.3GHz, 1.30v). I should also note that I live in Western Australia, and the past week, I don't think the temperature has dropped below 35 degrees celcius, so my room probably would be about 24-30 degrees.