I was wondering, what's the point of applying arctic silver to the processor cooler if the processor itself is never a problem for the laptop? The processor is on the top right side of the laptop, and as you can notice, its temperature is hardly noticeable most of the times. The real troublemaker is the GPU, found on the left middle part of the laptop. If anybody could find a way to cool that part down, it would be really helpful. From what I've seen, there's not even a fan blowing air on the GPU, and apparently clevo thought that a simple copper rod, taking the heat outside, would be enought to solve the heat-emission issue. I just guess you can reapply a new thermal paste on the CPU, and you'll definitely get lower processor temperatures, but it not going to help you cool down the GPU, which is on the other side of the computer.