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Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Compound for £1.08 delivered @ Currys
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Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Compound for £1.08 delivered @ Currys

£1.08£4.1974%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 18th Apr


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Keep your PC at its best with the Coolermaster High Performance Thermal Compound.

This greasy silicone paste is filled with heat conductive metal oxides to help boost your cooling system.

Working in temperatures up to 177 degrees, the High Performance Thermal Compound is the perfect way to keep your CPU and VGA cards cool, amongst other components which need assistance to optimise their cooling. The Zif Socket Templates included with the compound help you to correctly apply the grease to varying socket types.

With an easy to use applicator which gives you an even layer, you'll find applying the Coolermaster High Performance Thermal Compound a breeze.
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Good deal. Tried to add heat but it dissipated into cold
Edited by: "NightHawk82" 18th Apr
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Voted very hot. Bought 5. Just what I need. 🔥
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 18th Apr
Great price! Heat
At that price, that’s great. Heat added
Was on the lookout for some thermal grizzly and found this post instead. Super deal.
Edited by: "wizk1" 18th Apr
anyone know how this compears to mx4?
Good deal. Tried to add heat but it dissipated into cold
Edited by: "NightHawk82" 18th Apr
OOS already.
Oos
ws0072 h, 18 m ago

anyone know how this compears to mx4?


I will recommend MX-4 as superior to most thermal greases in many ways as it is carbon based and will not cure (does not need to harden to work at its best) and it has an 8 year working life and it is considered much better for graphics cards especially because it does not cure and most graphics cards use a floating heatsink so they can move around a bit as they tend to heat cycle in a bigger temperature range than cpu heatsinks.
the only thing that can be viewed as a negative is that there are other pastes that can achieve a few degrees lower temperatures but it is literally a couple of degrees so unless you are de-lidding your cpu and going for an extreme overclock you are unlikely to see any benefit.

in my personal experience I was using shin-etsu g751 for years but it is crap to apply and takes a long time to cure, then a couple years ago I was building a lot of computers and refurbishing old ones so I got a cheap tube of MX-2 which was decent enough I did buy a huge tube though and ended up using it on everything just to try to use it up as it was lasting forever,

got some MX-4 earlier this year and its great thermally it is literally a couple of degrees (2-3) behind the shin etsu and it almost matched the MX-2. (I used it on a few i7 and i5 K series and some FX83xx also a bunch of gtx 670/680s and 1060-1080ti's with some of them I replaced with MX-2 months before i got the mx-4 then decided to change it and see the changes in temperature)


I did have a tube of coolermaster grease that came with a coolermaster heatsink it was standard generic stuff but it applied okay and performance was a couple degrees behind the others so its not terrible but its not great either.
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