- Lowered temps as expected. - Looks durable
Cooled my processor about 2000*K. That's 2*F. ^.^
Easy to use, inexpensive, and does exactly what it's supposed to do.
At least 3-5 degrees cooler than Arctic Silver 5. Got my i7 3820 on 4.6ghz on a noobie h70 cooler and it does not surpass 75C at full load!
Was delivered pretty fast during these trying times!
The best thermal compound I ever used. Temps are 2-4 degrees lower compared to when I was using Arctic-MX4.
the best of the best. period.
does its job
High thermal conductivity. Electrically non-conductive. 5g container. Low price for the quantity. No burn-in time required, but there is a slight decrease in temps after a few weeks. Is still a fluidic compound after 6 months of gaming.
Single best thermal conductivity of any TIM that isn't liquid metal. No curing time - does not need to burn-in. Non-conductive - unforeseen mistakes need not ruin your PC. 30g worth of material - means hundreds of applications. 3rd in the PK series - rebranded PK1 is what Noctua includes with their heatsinks.
Temps dropped on my 8086k over stock nzxt paste
Excellent thermal paste.Spreads easyPlenty in the syringe for a few builds.Easy to apply, clean up and remove.Long lasting excellent thermal performance
This is very heavy-duty thermal paste that can help reduce some of the extra heat generated by CPUs, especially, older ones that generate lots of heat, such as older AMDs. It is also kind of thick, so doing the AMD "pea" is easy, though the tube comes with nozzles to lay on a very thin layer, if you like.
Its thermal grease as it has diamond dust in it and has a 3 rating for thermal conductivity. The higher the number the better it is supposed to be . Its works
Good heat transfer, spreads easily, plenty of quantity for multiple builds.
- This is exactly what you expect and I saw noticeable differences in the Temps when re pasting my GPU and my CPU.