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    Question Painting the GPU Backplate

    I have two EK GTX Titan/780 Backplates (shown below), and I would like to paint them to red (to match the colors of my R4E board). I was thinking to use the Rust-Oleum Glosy Red Spay paint (same as the pic below the backplate). I'll just paint front side of the backplate (no the side which is in contact with the GPU's).
    The Question is: Will I have some problems after (peeling paint, bubbling, ect.), due to backplate temperature or not?

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    I have two EK GTX Titan/780 Backplates (shown below), and I would like to paint them to red (to match the colors of my R4E board). I was thinking to use the Rust-Oleum Glosy Red Spay paint (same as the pic below the backplate). I'll just paint front side of the backplate (no the side which is in contact with the GPU's).
    The Question is: Will I have some problems after (peeling paint, bubbling, ect.), due to backplate temperature or not?

    Make sure it is super clean before painting and you shouldnt have any issues. I doubt it gets hot enough to cause an issues if you have good air flow in your case. Besides if it does just remove paint and try again lol
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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Make sure it is super clean before painting and you shouldnt have any issues. I doubt it gets hot enough to cause an issues if you have good air flow in your case. Besides if it does just remove paint and try again lol
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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    I have two EK GTX Titan/780 Backplates (shown below), and I would like to paint them to red (to match the colors of my R4E board). I was thinking to use the Rust-Oleum Glosy Red Spay paint (same as the pic below the backplate). I'll just paint front side of the backplate (no the side which is in contact with the GPU's).
    The Question is: Will I have some problems after (peeling paint, bubbling, ect.), due to backplate temperature or not?
    If I were you.I would go to Auto parts store and get Engine paint. It will take the heat if it dose get hot.

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    If I were you.I would go to Auto parts store and get Engine paint. It will take the heat if it dose get hot.
    I also thought about this and Rust-Oleum have the engine (high temps) paint but not in glossy finish (at least not here in Peru).

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    what is the back plate made of is it metal or plastic either way give it a light sanding with a very fine grit of sand paper apply light coat of primer for that materiel

    you can hang it in that screw hole in corner from a piece of wire when you spray it, once dry go back and do several light coats of the red let dry between coats, this way it wont run peel or bubble on you even if it does get hot.

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    what is the back plate made of is it metal or plastic either way give it a light sanding with a very fine grit of sand paper apply light coat of primer for that materiel

    you can hang it in that screw hole in corner from a piece of wire when you spray it, once dry go back and do several light coats of the red let dry between coats, this way it wont run peel or bubble on you even if it does get hot.
    It's metal backplate. I thought to use an 1000 sand paper, and after the sanding will apply 5 coats of red paint (without the primer). Is it necessary to apply primer?

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    What does the can say?

    If you want to make sure your paint does not flake or lift and has a good surface to bond to, I recommend a coat of primer first

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Can say it's not necessary to use a primer if you going to paint flat metal surface (can be sprayed directly on a clean metal surface).

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    I always use it anyway

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    OK, will see if can find it here in stores of Peru, if not, will go and try mu luck without the primer.

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    If you wanted the gloss finish to go with the temperature resistance of engine paint you could always use a high gloss clear coat over your coats of red.

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    nice backplate, i would also just sand it with high grain paper and give it 3-5 layers of paint. don't think you should worry much about the temps, my backplate (the exact same) doesn't really get hot, just a little lukewarm.

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    Default Re: Painting the GPU Backplate

    Ok, thank you guys, I now have a much clearer picture of what to do.

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