Hey there, been a long time since I fired up an old gaming PC and am doing some general maintenance/ putting it in a new case with much better airflow, adding some rams, stuff like that... Anyway, I was gonna replace the thermal paste on my gpu, figured why not. I have a MSI 1080 ti Seahawk. Replacing the past is simple enough, but I thought I might replace the thermal pads and add some heatsinks to the plate they are connected to. I have yet to find a good depository of thermal pad thicknesses and was wondering if anybody had any suggestions? Just take it apart, measure them, and order the correct thickness? I've also seen some folks using K5 Pro as a replacement instead, but dear god that stuff looks like a terrible gooey nightmare. ALSO, is there any replacing the blower fan on GPUs that cools the vram? Something better might be nice. Haha, gotta do whatever you can to keep your components up and running since we can't buy a new video card for less than 2K.