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MASSCOOL G751 Shin-Etsu Thermal Interface Material

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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  • 5/15/2016 12:14:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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5 out of 5 eggsAppears to work as advertised...

Pros: I bought this after having temp issues with my build. I like it because it initially appears to have reduced my core temps by at least 5-6 degrees and that's right after installation. speaking of which, is my second like for this item: it doesn't need setting time to work 100%.

Cons: Small amount will only get you about 3-4 uses if you don't use more than a large grain of rice, less if you use more.

Other Thoughts: highly recommended, best bang for your buck.

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  • Jonathan h.
  • 4/23/2016 3:59:19 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsbest of thee best!!!!

Pros: I love thick thermal paste!!!and this stuff has brought my temps down by almost 15-20c,used to be around 45c at idle and now its around 20-24 at idle.uner heavy load it never gets my rig above 50 unless I'm stressing the cpu,it use to set at around 50 while running the division with side apps open,now I can run a dozen apps and run games and it still never goes above,the proof is in the pudding guys and gals!!

Cons: none really.its a little pricey,but if you want good stuff I guess you gotta pay for it.itll last till you get another pc or new cpu so it will last as long as you need.

Other Thoughts: warm it up a little before you use it,bc stuff in the front of the tube will stick a little bit and you could end up squirting it all out on your cpu or other tings you don't want it to be than that this stuff is really great,is better than Artic silver 5 and diamond stuff,this is thick so it gets in the spots and STAYS,need no cure time,use about a little less than a pea size and itll spread like butter across the cpu just right and will be great for your temps!!cheers and enjoy every1!!

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/15/2016 2:08:13 AM

5 out of 5 eggs10 avg C difference

Pros: I was playing dragons dogma and my CPU temp was sitting at 71C and it was bothering me. (Keep in mind I used cheap thermal compound i purchased online for like 2 dollars and i used the credit card spread method which leaves many air valleys between the contact of the heatsink and cpu)

So i cleaned off my cpu/heatsink and applied a pea sized drop to the center (pea method is only good method according to numerous sources)

Now when i play dragons dogma and let the game sit for a half hour i come back and its at 59C maximum down from 71C..Thats freakin awesome!! I will sleep a lot better at night now

Cons: -None

Other Thoughts: -Thanks to this thermal compound i opened up my computer which lead to me accidentally unplugging my SSD and replugging it back in. This lead me to realize it was not in the correct SATA3 port like it should be. So i fixed that. After that i went into my bios and discovered my DDR4-2666mhz memory was only running at 2133mhz because i did not enable the XMP profile. So thanks to MASSCOOL G751 Thermal compound i 1. Increased my SSD speed, 2. Increased my ram speed, and 3. Dropped my avg cpu temp by 10C. Best day ever

-I ordered one tube and i was telling myself i only had one shot at this because of how small the tube was. But after using one pea sized drop i the amount left in the syringe looks exactly the same as before. I could prob get 3 applications out of this (or maybe it has to do with the cpu im using being very small? Its a 6600k which uses new 14nm tech so only a tiny pea drop of paste is needed)

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  • Patrick S.
  • 2/17/2016 10:47:09 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot cost-effective

Pros: High-end thermal compound

Cons: You're over-paying for a fraction of what you could get for the same price with any Arctic [Silver]. This becomes quickly-apparent when you have to remove/remount your CPU heatsync because it's pointed in the wrong direction and you've got a minor-fraction of a drop left.

Other Thoughts: If you got a full syringe worth of the material, it would be worth it.

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  • Micah G.
  • 12/16/2015 12:42:37 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Cheap and best thermal paste on the market. Doesn't cure like Arctic Silver (AKA Elmer's Glue)...Shin Etsu is industrial grade and is made to be applied to chips that will not be serviced for years, it also wipes off easily with a paper towel. Also it out performs anything on the market, I forgot where but I read an article where some guy tested hundreds of thermal pastes and Shin Etsu beat all of them.

Cons: Tube comes with very little paste. You can get a total of 2 applications per tube (if you use proper beading methods and don't overdo it, which will hurt temps anyways). It's cheap though, so ordering 2-3 of these is about the same price as ordering some of the other popular pastes.

Other Thoughts: I had an i7 950 CPU based computer I built in 2010, I overclocked the CPU to 4.6ghz with a Corsair H50 cooler using Shin Etsu on the plate. 6 years later the OC is still stable and maintains the exact same temps it did when I first applied the Shin Etsu. In fact, this thermal paste has outlasted the motherboard as the on board sound card and one of the PCIE slots has gone out. Get this if you want performance and longevity. Get Arctic Silver if you like remounting your CPU cooler all the time.

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5 out of 5 eggsLove this stuff.

Pros: This paste performs just about as good as MX4 or Arctic Silver 5, or IC Diamond, or any other high-end paste. That's not the only thing you need to know about paste though.

This is an industrial product, it is manufactured and gooped on all kinds of integrated electronics that aren't expected to be regularly oiled like our gaming rigs are. Thus, the great thing about this stuff is that it doesn't need to be re-set. You stick it on, and it will perform well beyond the extended life of the machine. It's non conductive and non corrosive, so no worries about re-applications, a short or corrosion.

Compared to other optoins, MX4 needs to be reset every few years, Arctic Silver 5 does too, or it becomes corrosive. Not sure about IC Diamond but it's price makes it unreasonable as far as I'm concerned.

I have this stuff between my 4770k and a Hyper 212 Evo and my Idle temps are 35c-40c depending on ambient temps in my house. Prime95 temps are 75c-80c, which is 5 or 6c lower than the coolermaster paste I used while waiting for this to come in.

For comparison the stock cooler and paste gave idle temps of 55-60c and Prime95 temps of above 100c. I would shut down Prime95 after hitting 100c so I couldn't say what they peaked.

I do work on commercial units. If I used other pastes I couldn't imagine how I'd explain to management that TIM needs to be replaced every three years, thus. this is now my go-to paste for both performance and industrial applications.

Cons: A bit pricey, no room for mistakes if you screw up more than twice or are wasteful you'll need to order more.

Other Thoughts: Buy it in larger quantities to avoid running out. It doesn't go bad like some pastes do so you're not wasting your money anyway.

It takes about a day or so to cure, but that is to be expected and so does any other paste. It performs well enough on fresh application but best to wait a couple days before over-clocking no-matter what pastes you use.

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  • Cindra E.
  • 3/22/2014 5:20:54 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest thermal paste on the market

Pros: You cannot beat the thermal conductivity ratings for this stuff. It outperforms pretty much everything on the market. It comes in a super-easy-to-use syringe that has about enough for one, maybe two installs. During use, this stuff doesn't cake on and solidify like most other thermal pastes do; so, removal is a breeze and doesn't require anything more than a cloth (nope, don't even need rubbing alcohol to get it off).

Cons: Pricey, but that's what you pay for raw performance.

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  • John H.
  • 1/18/2014 6:27:31 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove this stuff

Pros: Depending on whose benchmarks you look at, it may knock a degree or two off Arctic Silver 5. Comes in an easy to apply syringe. Comes off CPUs/Heatsinks with little work, easy to clean off completely with minimal solvent use.

Cons: Nope

Other Thoughts: I switched over from Arctic a couple years ago, not sure if it makes much of a difference as far as getting better overclocks, but knocking any temperature off is great for the cumulative life of the processor, and also for assuring long term stability during the summer months when systems run hotter.

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  • Elizabeth M.
  • 7/1/2013 11:45:39 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsBang for your buck

Pros: The product does exactly what I need it to. I'm using it in conjunction with copper shims for Dell's cooling design flaws in a laptop.

Cons: Barely enough material to cover a small CPU and GPU.

Other Thoughts: The syringe was filled less than 1/4". For the price, I expected more.

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  • Anthony N.
  • 5/29/2013 6:55:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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1 out of 5 eggsNot worth it's weight

Pros: None

Cons: Purchased this to change the TIM on my aging EVGA 560TI's Did 1 to see how it would affect it and the temps stayed the same. Either EVGA used realy good TIM on these cards which i doubt or this is just an average TIM. Nothing special here....

Other Thoughts: 1 Tube barely covered the GPU heatsink.

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