Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Compound - Retail
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- Spec. Volume : 1.4ml ( for at least 15 application ) Specific Gravity : 2.49 g / cm³ Colour : Grey Recommended storage time : up to 2 years
- Features :NT-H1 _ A hybrid compound of different micro-particles allows for minimum thermal resistance, excellent ease of use and outstanding long-term stability.
- Recommended usage time ( on the CPU ) : up to 3 years Peak operating temperature : -50˚C to + 110℃ Recommended operating temperature : -40℃ to + 90℃
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Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Compound_ Retail. Spec. Volume : 1.4ml ( for at least 15 application ) Specific Gravity : 2.49 g / cm³ Colour : Grey Recommended storage time : up to 2 years Recommended usage time ( on the CPU ) : up to 3 years Peak operating temperature : -50˚C to + 110℃ Recommended operating temperature : -40℃ to + 90℃
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However Noctua Thermal Compound has a couple of features that make it rise above the competition. Firstly it requires no curing. Compared to other thermal compounds that may take weeks, if not longer, of high temperature, as well as temperature cycling (going from hot to room temperature) to reach their peak performance, this compound is at peak performance from the moment you install it.
Second feature is its low viscosity. That is, its not as thick as some competing thermal compounds, meaning that no matter what CPU you are installing this Noctua Thermal Compound on, it does not require spreading nor tinting of the thermal compound on the CPU/Cooler. All installation requires is a small pea sized dot of Noctua Thermal Paste in the center of the CPU and then place the heatsink. Because of the low viscosity of the thermal paste, the pressure between the heasink/waterblock and the CPU does all the work of spreading the thermal paste evenly and without any performance-decreasing air bubbles.
My only complaint is that there was way more compound in the tube than I needed.
That said, I haven't used any from this tube, but it's the same stuff, so I figure it's still applicable!
I've used Arctic Silver on every build I've done, and it's always been a good product that's easy to apply, lasted a decent time in the tube, and would consistently yield good temperatures even if I can't compare the performance of the stuff to this.
The nice thing about Noctua's TIM is the fact that it's non conductive. That means over-application or smudges on components across two circuits won't immediately fry all your expensive bits. It's well priced for a lot of material (could probably do at least 20 processors), it spreads easily, it is easy to dispense, and it has a screw on cap that just screams attention to detail.
Third party benchmarks put Noctua's product very, very close to the top of many other high end or enthusiast grade products, excluding liquid metal.
I'm as pleased as I could be (it's just thermal paste) and Noctua continues to serve the high end and enthusiast computer users well.
Easy of use - It applies very easily, and spreads out well. All it takes is a small glob in the center of a CPU, and the pressure of the heatsink takes care of the rest. Just remember that if the chip you are covering has an exposed die (you can see the actual chip) you need to spread a thin layer as opposed to the glob method.
Performance - It performs as good or better than any pastes I have personally tested. The pastes I have tested are MX-2, Arctic Silver 5, IC7, Kingwin, Zalman, Thermalright, and many others.
Non-Conductivity - This product does not conduct electricity, as opposed to some other pastes. So if you get a little over zealous or sloppy with your application, you don't have to worry about killing your components.
This product is the best I have used in all three of the above categories.
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