|Brand Name||Thermal Grizzly|
|Item model number||TG-C-001-R|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.5 x 3.9 x 7.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.47 x 3.94 x 7.09 inches|
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut Thermal Grease Paste - 1.0 Gram
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- Convenient 1.0 gram syringe, making this thermal paste very easy to apply
- Delivers optimal heat transfer for larger-scale cooling systems
- Designed for applications where heat dissipation is of critical importance
- Popular choice for very experience PC builders
- Thermal conductivity 73 W/mk
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High efficiency paste with excellent thermal conductivity, recommended for experienced users and systems where thermal conductivity is critical. Delivered in easy-to-apply syringe with 1.0g paste. Thermal Conductivity of this product is 73 W/mk and thermal resistance of 0.0021 K/W.
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Final Thoughts: Neat idea. Probably best for de-lidding Intel i-Core series CPUs. Not as good of a result that I was hoping for in just a simple thermal paste replacement. VERY DANGEROUS TO USE. If done CORRECTLY, you can probably get as many as 5 cpu applications with a single gram tube. VERY INSANELY TINY AMOUNT OF THIS IS NEEDED. DO NOT POWER ON YOUR SYSTEM IF ANY DROPLETS HAVE ROLLED ONTO THE MOTHERBOARD. DO NOT BE AFRAID TO USE A MINI VAC TO SUCK UP EXCESS. We had some issues our first "try", but a mini-shop vac with a smaller attachment was good enough to suck up the excess liquid metal droplets and we were able to save the components from shorting out BUT SUPER STRESSFUL! LOTS OF BAD APPLICATIONS EXAMPLE TO BE SEEN ONLINE! WATCH THEM! DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKES THEY DO! ITS EXTREMELY EASY TO DO! YOU ARE OFFICIALLY WARNED IN EXCESSIVE CAPITAL LETTERS & EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!6!
Being lazy I just ignored the temps and fan. After 30 minutes of PUBG my laptop would be at 80-95c CPU and 75-80c GPU.
A few days ago I finally replaced the stock thermal compound with this stuff. I used the electrical tape method.
When I first turned my laptop back on I thought for a minute I forgot to plug the fans back in because they were so quiet.
I fired up some games and after 30 minutes I was at 66c CPU and 70c GPU. The best part by far is the lowered fan noise. This laptop is so quiet now.
I wish I had done this months ago. Highly recommend Conductonaut
Replacing the factory TIM with Conductonaut (and replacing the black silicon seal) on my i7700K resulted in a 22-23C degree drop in CPU temps when under full load (Prime 95 V26.6) with lots of Noctua air cooling. System is 24/7 stable at 5.1 Ghz at 1.3 Vcore. Amazing.
This stuff comes in nice packaging, and has useful tools both for applying a small amount and removing excess liquid metal so you can reuse it later. It’s also a little bit easier to spread around than their direct competitor, CLU. They both perform nearly identically (maybe 1 or 2 degrees off but well within the margin of error) so just pick which one you prefer and you’ll be set.
I know I’ll be using more Thermal Grizzly in the future, this stuff is amazing!