|Item model number||TG-K-001-RS|
|Item Weight||0.035 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.84 x 7.87 x 5.91 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.84 x 7.87 x 5.91 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 14, 2015|
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Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut Thermal Paste, 1g
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- Thermal paste ideal for optimizing thermal conductivity
- Thermal conductivity: 12.5 W / mk
- Thermal resistance: 0.0032 K / W
- Electrical conductivity: * 0 pS / m
- Content: 1g
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The Kryonaut thermal paste was specially developed for the extremely demanding applications and the highest demands of the overlocking community. Kryonaut is also recommended as a top product for critical cooling systems in the industrial sector.
Especially for overclocking
Excellent thermal conductivity
High long-term stability
Not electrically conductive
"Kryo" - the Greek word for "cold", which is also used in cryogenics - indicates that the Kryonaut thermal paste is especially suitable for use in the low temperature range - it was developed for the true "Kryonauts" among the "Extreme Overclockers"."Kryo" - the Greek word for "cold", which is also used in cryogenics - indicates that the Kryonaut thermal paste is especially suitable for use in the low temperature range - it was developed for the true "Kryonauts" among the "Extreme Overclockers".
Kryonaut uses a special carrier structure, which does not begin any drying processes even at 80 ° C. This carrier structure ensures that the nano-aluminum and zinc oxide components contained in the paste combine optimally, thus optimally compensating for unevenness in the heat transfer medium (e.g. the CPU) and a heat sink (e.g. heat sink) with excellent thermal conductivity.
Thermal conductivity 12.5 W / mk
Thermal resistance 0.0032 K / W
Electrical conductivity * 0 pS / m
Viscosity 120-170 Pasdensity 3.7g / cm3
Temperature -250 ° C / +350 ° C
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I did a perfect application and was getting worse temps than stock past both on cpu and gpu.
I thought maybe some heat cycles will help it set so that was done over the span of 3 days multiple on of cycles.
Still temps were unacceptable.
The bad news was when I took it apart to see pitting on both the CPU and GPU and on the cooler the past has grit in it sand? Diamonds? Whatever it is my system is scarred for life.
I Googled this situation and others have had the same as i.
Took it totally apart and scrubbed cleaned everything w/ 91% rubbing alcohol, air duster and a new paint brush (additional dusting) for the finishing touches. Did all the back and mid plates, heatsink, mainboard, fans, cleaned off the old thermal compound and reapplied some of this new Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut compound.
Pre cleaning temps:
22 degrees Celsius ambient room temperature
50 degrees Celsius at idle
91 degrees Celsius at load (100% fan)
The GPU was getting so hot, I lost almost 200mhz on my boost clock, since I was hitting the thermal limits and underclocking itself.
Post cleaning/detailing + Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut: (finger spread method + spatula to smooth it out)
22 degrees Celsius ambient room temperature
33 degrees Celsius at idle
59 degrees Celsius at load (60% fan)
Plus I've gained my boost clock back and I can now overclock this thing once again.
Runs cooler than when I had it brand new out of the box straight from the factory. (If I remember correctly, it was running around 70-75 degrees Celsius at load brand new)
Suffice to say, I was not expecting the results to be this positive. Granted it was filthy, full of dust bunnies and the factory thermal compound was toast.
The only slight negative I could maybe say about this stuff, is it's slightly harder to work with. Definitely a bit thicker and harder to spread vs stuff like Artic Silver or IC Diamond. But still only took me a minute or two to apply it.
All in all, couldn't be happier!
As others have mentioned in the comments, a lot of my temps drops were likely due to the cleaning, which is fair. Sadly I didn't do a controlled experiment with just cleaning to know for sure. But I will say the stock thermal paste on this thing was cracker dry and toast. But to what degree either had on the end result I can't say for sure.
Arctic Silver was just popular, affordable, and always seemed better than the stock paste that the manufacturer of the cooling device packaged w/their products. Then after watching dozens of video reviews and reading posts w/benchmarks I decided to try a brand that with a bit more expensive but had great reviews.
So in comparison, I think Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut is working as the majority has reviewed positively for it. I noticed my temps on my CPU & now water cooled GPU drop a few degrees C and when you're trying to push your tech to its limits, if I can shave off 2-3 degrees C here and there by spending a little bit more on premium products it all adds up for the better.
This particular item is likely good for 3-4 applications, I've used it for 2 so far and I know I can squeeze another pea sized bead for sure, maybe even 2. I didn't use the plastic applicator since that's just not how I spread the paste.
Packaging: thermal paste, plastic applicator, and instructions are packaged in a small foil and air tight sealed bag. Think drink pouch but smaller.
5 stars. The paste is working as expected Yes, I'd recommend this to a friend and buy it again.
Pro: Seems to be performing better than stock paste & previously applied Arctic Silver. (wish it came with a logo sticker)
Con: it does cost a few dollars more than the ever popular Arctic Silver brand.
Excellent thermal performance (right there with Gelid GC Extreme and Prolimatek PK-3) with one REALLY important difference**
Easy to clean up
The only con is price, but you do get what you pay for. That said, you won't need to keep around two or more kinds of pastes. See more below about why that is...
** Different thermal pastes are often better at either higher pressure or lower pressure mounting environments (water vs. air cooler for example) where clamping forces demonstrate how different pastes behave. This paste (Kryonaut) is best at BOTH which is unusual. This makes it very convenient since I only utilize Kryonaut nowadays regardless of clamping pressure.
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Ce ne sont PAS des résidus de pâte mais bel et bien une dégradation de la surface
First things thing, I’m rocking a Ryzen R7 2700X at 4.1GHz with a CPU VDD of 1.36v. For cooling, I’m using a Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120, with a Corsair LLL120 fan. As I ran out of my usual Noctua NT-H1, I’ll be putting this Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut against Cooler Master’s MasterGel that I had laying around from the MasterLiquid Lite 120.
Screenshots from HWMonitor included.
I also have a Phanteks P350X case with 2x Corsair LL120 fans in the top, and 2x Corsair LL140 fans in the front.
Unless I did something wrong, which I doubt. It seems as if there’s not a huge difference between the MasterGel and the Kryonaut. Which is a little disappointing. Although I didn’t look at the temps, you’ll have to take my word for it, that the Noctua NT-H1 gave similar temps. Max temps were done with a few consecutive runs of Cinebench R20.
With all of this said and done, I’d honestly say just go for Noctua’s NT-H1. It costs around the same, and you get 3.5g instead of just 1g with this. Although, I will admit, that applying the Kryonaut with the spreader was hassle-free...although could be done something else that’s plastic and has a straight edge.
Sidenote: The CPU and copper plate of the AiO were cleaned with Arctic’s material remover and purifier.
Item arrived very fast, less than 24 hours and came in its small black Thermal Grizzly package along with a plastic spatula. The paste seems a bit enlarged in the pictures but it is actually very small. Just 1 gram of that paste, still enough for 4-5 applications. Use only 1 pea size drop on both cpu and gpu, dont put on the heatsink. After you put the heatsink back on the paste will spread equally. There is no downside of putting a little more so if you are in doubt, go for another tiny drop because if you put less than a certain amount, it won't take effect.
After you put everything back together, the temperature change is immediate. I am using a laptop, msi ge73 7rf, gtx 1070 and i7 7700HQ. The idle temps were 60 for both cpu and gpu, the full load temps were 95 for cpu and 80 for gpu. The laptop would get extremely hot and it would burn your finger if you touch the top of the keyboard. The heat would reach to the WASD keys causing uncomfortable feeling. There were 25-30% thermal throttling during full load. After applying the Kryonaut paste, the temperatures dropped 10 to 15 degrees. Now, the idle is 50 for both and full load is 83-80 for cpu and 75 for gpu. I tried overclocking the gpu after seeing such temperature drop and that way the temps only increased 3 degress. I used a heater to heat the room and fan cooler to increase airflow. With fans on full speed and room heated, the temps didn't go above 90 for cpu and 82 for gpu even when overclocked.
The results are shocking, even with overclocking and warm environment, the temperatures were below stock temperatures. This stuff works and it is much safer and easier to apply than liquid metal. Go for this if you don't want any stress and headache just for extra few degrees less.
I was initially sceptical when reading about the performance of this thermal paste, however it proved to be as good as is claimed.
I usually use Arctic Silver 5 which kept my CPU (i7 6700k @ 4.5ghz) at around 65 degrees after stress testing for 2 hours with AIDA64. The newly applied Thermal Grizzy Kryonaut saw the temperature drop to 53 degrees after the same stress testing.
I was very impressed and would absolutely recommend this.