Thermal Grizzly TG-K-030-R Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut High Performance Thermal Paste - 11.1g / 3 ml - £17.44 - Kikatek - HotUKDeals
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Thermal Grizzly TG-K-030-R Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut High Performance Thermal Paste - 11.1g / 3 ml - £17.44 - Kikatek

£17.44 @ Kikatek
Good Quality Thermal Paste. 11.1g will last you ages!! £17.44 when you pay via debit card. £19.60 on Amazon Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Good Quality Thermal Paste.

11.1g will last you ages!!

£17.44 when you pay via debit card.

£19.60 on Amazon
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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#2
I am using Prolimatech PK3 30g and used it for 50 PCs or so (few tubes :)) - cheaper than this and not much behind it in reviews
#3
'High performance' and it doesn't even give you the thermal conductivity
#4
nathan3007
'High performance' and it doesn't even give you the thermal conductivity

Thermal conductivity 12.5 W/mk
#5
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.
#6
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks
#7
nathan3007
'High performance' and it doesn't even give you the thermal conductivity
What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks
#8
nathan3007
'High performance' and it doesn't even give you the thermal conductivity

What thermal

paste would you recommend is good bang for buck?

Thanks

steffcip
I am using Prolimatech PK3 30g and used it for 50 PCs or so (few tubes :)) - cheaper than this and not much behind it in reviews
#9
steffcip
I am using Prolimatech PK3 30g and used it for 50 PCs or so (few tubes :)) - cheaper than this and not much behind it in reviews

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks
#10
Kevlar Engineer
steffcip
I am using Prolimatech PK3 30g and used it for 50 PCs or so (few tubes :)) - cheaper than this and not much behind it in reviews
What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??
Thanks
I had good results with PK3 (they sell it in 5g etc) with passive cooling PCs and Dells/HPs and 30g tube is pretty good price (£23-26)....
#11
Kevlar Engineer
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks


I would check reviews for that where they reviewed loads of pastes.

I did some research and purchased this based on performance alone. it suited my requirements.

sorry cannot be more help as I do not build pcs.
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polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

It's actually the best paste in terms of bang/buck. The OP linked an 11g tube. You can pick up a 1g one (enough for 1 pc) for £6. Compared to Arctic Silver, MX-4 etc, it's a good few degrees cooler. The only non-metallic paste that's better than it is the Diamond paste but that's much more expensive and difficult to get in the UK.

The other 2 pastes to consider are the Gelid Ultra and the prolimatech. Between these three the results are more or less the same so it just depends on which one is the cheapest but from personal experience with all 3, I have gotten the best results with Kryonaut.
#13
Kevlar Engineer
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks


Is MX4 retro now? I like it 8)
#14
MX-4 is 2C hotter at most. Cold... quite literally too.

http://www.eteknix.com/thermal-grizzly-thermal-paste-vs-6-major-brands-review/3/

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