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Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut 1.0 Gram for Intel AMD CPU processor heatsink cooling compound fan thermal paste thermal grease cooler

Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut 1.0 Gram for Intel AMD CPU processor heatsink cooling compound fan thermal paste thermal grease cooler Item NO.: Thermal Grizzly-1g

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  • Thermal conductivity 12.5 W/mk
  • Designed with extremely demanding applications
  • Popular choice for overclockers and extreme gamers
  • Convenient 1.0 gram syringe, making this thermal paste very easy to apply
  • Delivers optimal heat transfer for larger-scale cooling systems, including water cooled systems

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Product Name Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut 1.0 Gram for Intel AMD CPU processor heatsink cooling compound fan thermal paste thermal grease cooler
Item NO. Thermal Grizzly-1g
Weight 0.05 kg = 0.1102 lb = 1.7637 oz
Category CPUs / Processors > Thermal Compound / Grease
Brand Thermal Grizzly
Creation Time 2014-11-24

100% brand new and high quality.
Grease only, other image demonstration accessories are not included.
Made of metal oxide and silicone oil, Good thermal conductivity and insulation.
Silicone based, non-conductive electrical. Non toxic, tasteless, non corrosive.
Suitable for high power LEDs, laptops and desktops, all kinds of appliances, electronic components, electricians and other fields.
The syringe applicator provides convenience for storage and is for all applications, including computer components such as CPU, GPU and North Bridge Chipset.
Brand: Grizzly
Density: 2.6g / cm3
Application temperature: -200 ° C / + 350 ° C
Thermal conductivity: 11.8 W / mk
Viscosity: 140-190 Pas
Content: 1g / 3.9g



If you're doing a max out build worth thousands don't skimp on a few dollars for an inferior compound. This stuff is hands down the best performing paste on the market. My only complaint is its far more expensive than others.



took a day or so to settle out but now averages around 8C or so lower than before. About the same or lower than my Acer laptop that's ony a year old. And I did not do any geeky precision spread or rice grain amount. Came with a little paddle, spread it out a bit, NOT really even but ok by me, BINGO, it's MUCH better.



This stuff works GREAT!!! Combined with cleaning out several years of accumulated dust in the fans, the new Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut paste completely solved my Mac's overheating problem. In the instructions, it says that it does not require any curing time, and that was true: I noticed an immediate reduction in temperature and elimination of thermal throttling: a CPU-intensive process, exporting an iMovie file, that took over 9 minutes before replacing the dried out original thermal paste, took under 4 minutes after applying the Thermal Grizzly paste.(note: I also cleaned out massive dust bunnies from my Mac's fans). However, after a few weeks, the temp reduction has become even more noticeable. Replacing the old thermal paste with Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut is just routine maintenance and a relatively easy procedure that anyone can do, and it will make your old Mac run cool again.



This thermal paste is super easy to apply and helps temperatures



Used to re-thermalpaste my PS4 Pro that was over heating.



Would buy again



Used on my xps15 9560, tested by aida64, super effective.



Ultimate thermal paste for maximum effective cooling



best to use and best priced. I buy it regularly



I used Thermal Grizzly Kyronaut paste for a 7200 model PS4 Pro, which is quieter than the 7000 and 7100 models, but still not the best when playing 4K Pro enabled games.The original thermal paste on PS4 Pro(all PS4 Models really) are of poor quality and the paste was already dry when I opened the 7200 model up. So, I installed the new thermal pads on the vrms and memory rams, plus Thermal Grizzly Kyronaut paste.One thing I did notice with PS4 Pro compared to using paste on computers, the “dot method” did not work for me and the fans actually got worse when I put it back together. So, I reinstalled new paste and spread it with the spreader and put a little bit more than usual. PS4 Pro was MUCH better after doing that!System is much more quieter and cools better too. I highly recommend this paste. It’s not the cheapest per grams compared to others, but this might be the best stuff I used yet overall for my computers and game systems. I just wished it had a long durable life like the MX-4(rated for 8 years), which is also a very good paste as well.Great purchase.



This is amazing. I added a 200mm case fan side intake and it brought Temps to 95degrees Celsius. The entire room was getting warm from the CPU overheating. I own an i5-6500 3.2GHZ. I actually needed thermal paste weeks ago. I did my research and bought the best and safest, Grizzly Kryonaut. My CPU now is cooler than my GPU at around 30s to 50s Celsius. It hits 50s when I am gaming running very high settings, mostly. I am very happy with this paste and recommend it as the only solution for overheating CPUs. Keep in mind thermal paste is only designed to last a few years. Always becareful when touching the CPU. Use isopropyl alcohol and cotton make up remover pads to clean the old paste off before applying.



Well, it's not fake like people are claiming. So I cant say mine is. Cant say I'm aware it's the size of a pinky finger either... but if it's better than mx4 than I'll be happy. Havent used it yet as I'm waiting for my ek240 rgb aio to come the 18th of September for my ryzen 5 1600af @4.1ghz, has an ml240l aio on it now but since swapping my b450i gaming plus ac mb out for a x570 mpg gaming wifi edge the temps have been hitting 70c. I lowered the voltage so it should be better, I did however mount the raid to the top this time as g/n guru Steve said mine was mounted wrong although my aio never allowed the cpu (using mx4) to hit above 65c on a aida full out test gpu included all ticks... the aio was short to mount correctly but I'll update this review when I can test the grizzly out for myself. I'm unsure if I'll notice a difference. But for the size and price it's already not in my personal favor considering mx4 is the same price but 3x as much.... I guess I'll see tho.



Easy to spreadExcellent Thermal PerformanceEasy to clean upKeeps Your PC Nice & CoolWas Able To OverClock My AMD FX 6350 from 3.90Ghz to 4.77Ghz Temps stay Below 60C



This is your best option in my opinion. This is NOT some miracle paste that'll make your temps plummit. But you'll likely notice in testing that your thermals will drop 1-3 degrees C compared to some stock paste.If you wanna get one of the best thermal pastes and take any thermal improvements you can get, I recommend this. And it's not like you're spending that much for it in the grand scheme of things.



Tastes like crap.



Running an AMD Ryzen 7 with stock cooler in MSI's Gaming Mode. CPU temperature is a solid 34-35 degrees (C) under a light load. CPU fan is running quietly too. No issues.



best choice i do



Best performing thermal paste out there. My backplate is aluminum so I can't use liquid metal or else it will corrode so I need thermal paste. This tube will probably last me 5 applications or so which will last me the lifetime of my current cpu and gpu.



Noticed my 2 year old Razer Blade 17 Laptop was putting out more heat lately, and started benchmarking it. I'd hit 86 degrees with the factory thermal paste. After taking the laptop apart and changing to Kryonaut, my temps immediately went 10 degrees lower and my fans barely spin up at all. I thought it was from dirt, but even with compressed air I didn't find any. This paste is awesome. I couldn't get it to spread evenly regardless of pressure, but after being patient with it I got enough coverage to make good contact and the results speak for themselves.



If you want the best thermal paste, here it is. You won't get better heat transfer from your CPU to cooler without delidding and using liquid metal. Pricey? Maybe, but it does exactly what it advertises.

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