• Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)
  • Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)
  • Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)
Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)
Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)
Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)

Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste - (HTK-002-U1)

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  • Suitable for CPU, chipsets on Mainboard, VGA card, etc.
  • Easy to use.
  • Zif Socket Templates ensure correct applying area with various CPU socket types.
  • Produces an even layer when using applicator.
  • Wide range of application temperature.

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kryonaut is overrated. mastergel maker is so much betterlike many i jumped on the thermal grizzly kryonaut bandwagon. i used kryonaut as my primarily paste since 2017 until now when i finally got tired of its not so great durability. i've owned a handful of tubes of it and performance after a few months starts to degrade with the paste drying up like dried toothpaste overtime after application. it was about every 4 - 7 months I would have to reapply it. my last application of it was barely a month old with my 9900k and towards the end of the month my temps went up 4c from the initial application. when I went to clean it off to apply mastergel, the kyronaut paste like clockwork was already nearly dried up like toothpaste.after searching about it I ran across a reddit post that was talking about the same problem I have been having with kryonaut over the years and saw that der8auer actually replied back saying kryonaut will start to degrade, dry up, at temps around 80c. that's way below its "-250c / +350c" range its spec for on its spec sheet. i was also surprised because the highest temps my 9900k would get to is around 70c mark worst case, 30c below its max temp. gaming and anything else outside prime95, 40-60c. with idles as low as 25c.so after that i decided to search for a replacement and came across cooler masters mastergel maker. i only found a few reviews for it but they were all positive and read some comments about it on overclock.net and a few other enthusiast sites. the general consensus from users who actually tried it were all positive. its durability appeared to be rock solid and its performance appeared to rival kryonaut after initial kryonaut application. its not as popular as other pastes but it seemed like a not-so-famous paste that's actually really good. so i ordered it to give it a try.and man am i happy i bought this paste. its super easy to apply. not to thick but not to runny and you get so much of it compared to the small little half gram tubes from kryonaut. yeah kryonaut has a bigger tube option but its really pricey. performance of mastergel has been topnotch. completely equivalent to the performance of initial application of kryonaut. i could say mastergel is better because my temps are actually about 2c lower than kryonaut was at initial application but to me that's within margin of error. and more importantly its durability so far has been great. its been holding up strong with no signs of dryness or performance degradation.i like it so much i went ahead and re-pasted my gigabyte 2070 super with it. one "issue" i've seen about mastergel maker is that it uses "nano diamond particles" and some people were concerned of it "scratching / pitting" the bare cpu / gpu die from the particles like other popular "nano diamond" based pastes. i couldn't find anyone complaining of it actually happening to them with this paste but rather I could only find concerns about it. i saw that cooler master made an effort to go out of their way to state and stress its not "erosive" and that they recommend to use it on "cpu's, GPU's, and CHIPSET'S."nevertheless i was a bit concerned about it and decided to test it first on an older gpu i had laying around. i thoroughly cleaned its die and heatsink spotlessly and applied a fair amount of mastergel to it using the "X" pattern. torqued down its cooler, then removed it to check it. after cleaning it i inspected it thoroughly and couldn't find any scratches, pits, or anything on it. it was a near perfect mirror. completely spotless. nothing on the heatsink, nothing on the gpu die. i then decided to be more aggressive about it and i decided to go crazy with the spatula it came with. i applied a massive blob of it and went to town with the spatula. i moved the paste around like i was making scrambles eggs, smacked it, stabbed it, placed my thumb at the tip of it and applied heavy pressure to it to move it around, etc. then cleaned it off with pre-moist alcohol wipes and this time rubbed harder than i normally would ever do and absolutely nothing to the die. it was perfect.so after that it made me feel extremely confident enough to apply it to my 2070 super and i'm glad i did. i knocked off 2-3c. i simply can't recommend mastergel maker enough. its a great paste and deserves more recognition. i love it.5Nano is your Buddy!Applied Mastergel Nano to my heatsink in Retina Macbook Pro 13" (model A1502). I did this to replace the manufacturer's thermal paste, which was all dried out, flaky, and definitely crusty. Idle temperature test (using Intel Power Gadget app) was about 40C at lowest. After applying Mastergel Nano, I cooled it down to about 35C. Not a huge change BUT I'd say its worth it for Retina Macbooks (which are known to have bad thermal cooling). I know this change helps because I'm not hearing the internal fan nearly as much as I used to. Just make sure you apply in SMALL AMOUNTS! By that I mean 2-3 "drops" and no more. It's very easy to squeeze out too much (big mistake), and that can have the opposite of the intended effect. So please be careful. This product also comes with a small plastic spudger (non-sharp), and a grease cleaner (sealed wipe), which I have not used yet. Performed two thermal paste replacements on two Macbooks thus far. I would buy again in the future!5Truly Innovative applicator methodology but poor QCI wanted to replace my Gelid GC Extreme paste and compare it to the new 2019 Mastergel Maker after hearing about it on various forums. I was pretty hyped and looking forward to seeing if it was as good as advertised. I was very pleased with the applicator, very good quality, smooth mechanism, and wide enough to make quick work of applying it on my cpus (ryzen 3700 and 3600). Unfortunately that's where it stops. The first tube came dry and very flaky. I anticipated the first squeeze to be somewhat dry but the entire tube came out as semi-dry spackling and would not spread. I reached out to amazon and they were amazing, as usual, and sent a replacement next day. I received it and unfortunately the second tube was just as painful. I tried to heat it in a ziplock bag and warm water... no such luck, not sure if it's a bad batch, but i'm back on the GC exteme paste for now.2Easy to apply and cheap The thermal paste is very easy to apply. The reason why I purchased this thermal paste is mainly because of its price. I did not notice that this thermal paste as watery as suggested by some of the reviewers. The paste itself is just like every other paste that I dealt with previously. The template that can with the package that supposedly aid you with the paste application itself is absolutely useless because it is designed for older CPU sockets so don't expect to use it with AMD Ryzen or other newer CPU sockets. 5Good stuff. Spreads easy, cools mightily! Somebody said the product 'dried too quickly' which is just silly. When you clamp or screw down your heat sink and the CPU heats up, the dry outer crust melts or re-liquefies. You shouldn't need to retighten your heat sink after that.It'd be nice if this product actually came with a little nylon spreader tool, but it didn't. I happened to have one or I'd have been SOL for application. I suppose a hygenic/surgical glove (nylon or latex) would work just as well with a fingertip as an applicator. 5Easy to apply and amazing resultsEasy to apply and amazing results, used it to repaste the i5 and 940m of a Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 that most of the time just started throttling afte a a minute of gaming because I live in a tropical country, but after using this paste it doesn't throttle at least for a few hours and even when it does it barely lowers the frequency of the gpu and cpu so I'm very happy with the results and definitely recommend it.5Not bad.Ok coming from Artic Silver, I was a bit sceptic, but didn't want to spend too much on another small tube. Because I was using this to work on my PS3, which i took apart, and was fixing. The paste applied very easily, no issues with that, came with a template for chip based stuff and even an application card, which was cool.As for how it applies, it went one fairly easily, and didn't have any issues with it being liquidy or anything like that. My PS3 seems happy too, I left it on for hours and played on it for more, and it did not overheat or seem to get too hot. So overall I am happy with the product.Was a skeptic, now not so much. Still might stick to Artic Silver for my pc though.....5Worked perfectly, and came with extra paste and other stuff! The Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste is a very good quality thermal paste to use. Although there is not much to talk about when it comes to thermal paste, I'll try to review it as best as I can.Usability: So it comes in a nice syringe-style thing (like most thermal pastes) that helps easily squirt it and cover the area you are putting it on. Not much else to say here, besides that it is easily usable.Package: Inside the packaging, there were two templates that helped you put the thermal paste on so you wouldn't get it on anything, and so it is spread evenly and thoroughly. This is very helpful and somewhat unexpected, but it really helped to put it on.Performance: This is the main part. After applying it, I put it on and decided to go for a test drive. Previously, I was getting normal temps of about 60 degrees C, which is insanely high for normal computer usage, while in games, it would go over 100 degrees and actually cause it to shut itself down. Obviously it was overheating, so I decided to try reapplying thermal paste. I went with this one after a recommendation, and after trying it, it was so much better. I went down to high 30s low 40s even during games, and my computer was much more reliable now. I can definitely use it much better without worrying about the temps, and I can tell you that it is a load off of my mind.There were no problems with it whatsoever, and there is still more than half left in the syringe so if I even need it again years from now, I'll have more handy. To apply it, I used a Q-Tip, and just spread it around until it was completely covered, and just pasted it on. Worked like a charm!Hopefully this review helped, and happy shopping! 5This is the White stuffMom needed this to re-apply new thermal paste to my brothers PC CPU. She said it worked well and like it was supposed to. She liked that it was in a syringe tube instead of a small lidded container where she would have to find something to scoop it out because she never had that plastic spreader when she needed it. She normally gets the Silver stuff in a tube but was happy to see the white thermal paste this time. She squeezed the amount out onto the CPU, used an old CC to spread it, covered it with the heatsink/fan and now it stops shutting down. A quick fix for overheating she said, especially when the old stuff is dried up . Great buy and she said will buy again.5Cooler Master (Gray) High-Performance Thermal Compound + Nano-Particles!It works! On my AMD A9, there was no compound whatsoever from the OEM: I needed caulk, but only gray and not the cheap.This Cooler Master is an industry-leading name brand with Nano-Particles that leave my AMD A9 chipset running fast and efficient; meaning this isn't only a thermal 'grease/compound' but nano-particles that conduct safely for a much cooler-running chipset.My A9 AMD is, as brand-new, running fairly hot on my lap; Not ANYMORE WHATSOEVER with Cooler Master.The Laptop is always cool, running performance, and increased clock-speeds; not to mention, i had an issue with a Software Driver upgrade, brand-new out-of-the-box, not even 2Weeks, and my chipped 'popped'. Yes, popped.Well, Cooler Master did good and saved the day on the AMD chipset; without it i could have even lost the laptop because of some ca-rinky-dink Software Graphics Driver that wouldn't upgrade to the latest version.When i purchase a new investment, i like it to run for a while without any problems, so out-of-the-box i upgrade all software and as-needed, software like RAM memory before i start routine use because i travel and need the thing to run efficiently.I think Cooler Master helped improve my Battery Life also because i don't experience 'heating' or the hurtful 'overheating' at all, i run cold with nano-particles using an industry standard Cooler Master, been around since the 1990's with performance Gaming componentry for chipsets and cooling.5Very Good Thermal pasteDelidded my 4790k and been using it almost 2 years..temp when idle/normal surfing is around 38 C(100 Fahrenheit)....Gaming temp around 59 C(138 fahrenheit) it did a great job all the while but my AIO died on me and had to repaste the CPU back.Tried to use other brand but temp 3 C to 4 C higher than this MasterGel Maker Nano paste.Never change to other thermal paste ever since and just bought it for spareThe only problem was that the new badge of the paste does not indicate (Nano) label on the tube but it is just the same thing.people may be confuse about that5Not the product from the image & watered downThe picture in the item for sale shows a golden label with a long blue cap. That is nothing at all like what I received as you can see from the pictures I've shared. It is not thick enough and when the heatsink was applied to my AMD CPU and the system up and running it spread away from the highest area of heat causing sporadic memory failures. I have switched to a different brand and all my memory problems went away and the system works better that I'm not using this product.1Easy to spreadI used for a 2700x cpu, as everyone knows these run high voltage so gets hot. Even though amd says its normal I had it running at 48 on idle and up to 90 when stressing. I did use a deep cool heatsink and this since the artic I used was so thick. I am now at 41 on idle and 77 on 30 min stress test. I can't say how much better this worked then artic since I used different fan but almost a 10 degree difference by spending $30 on this and heatsink is definitely better. I did prefer the easy to spread ability. it sticks and spreads easily. Of course there is no difference in how you apply as far as a best way so I prefer to cover the entire cpu then smooth out with a drop on the heatsink. I am satisfied5Works great with liquid cool systems and is a really good price for the quantity I do computer builds for people regularly. I use to use arctic silver that came in a syringe but the syringe averaged about $3 and was only usable on a few computer builds, which is good for the price but it's only a 3.5g syringe. But this tub is 200g and is made to withstand higher temps and allows for a better heat transfer. A recent build I did using this ran several degrees cooler than a similar build that arctic silver was used. Great deal and the price is really good considering the quantity. 5great I used this on my first CPU installation. Pretty nerve wracking, but this stuff made the process a little more bearable. I bought it because it was the cheapest, to be honest. I may try artic silver next time just to see the differences in cooling, but this stuff has kept my CPU running cool for the past few months. I'm usually at 31c for regular use.Just take the cap off and put a pea size amount in the center of your CPU then put the heat sink on over it! I don't remember if this came with guides or sheets but honestly you don't need those or an applicator, you don't need to smear this all over your CPU. Let the heat sink spread it around for you. 5
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kryonaut is overrated. mastergel maker is so much betterlike many i jumped on the thermal grizzly kryonaut bandwagon. i used kryonaut as my primarily paste since 2017 until now when i finally got tired of its not so great durability. i've owned a handful of tubes of it and performance after a few months starts to degrade with the paste drying up like dried toothpaste overtime after application. it was about every 4 - 7 months I would have to reapply it. my last application of it was barely a month old with my 9900k and towards the end of the month my temps went up 4c from the initial application. when I went to clean it off to apply mastergel, the kyronaut paste like clockwork was already nearly dried up like toothpaste.after searching about it I ran across a reddit post that was talking about the same problem I have been having with kryonaut over the years and saw that der8auer actually replied back saying kryonaut will start to degrade, dry up, at temps around 80c. that's way below its "-250c / +350c" range its spec for on its spec sheet. i was also surprised because the highest temps my 9900k would get to is around 70c mark worst case, 30c below its max temp. gaming and anything else outside prime95, 40-60c. with idles as low as 25c.so after that i decided to search for a replacement and came across cooler masters mastergel maker. i only found a few reviews for it but they were all positive and read some comments about it on overclock.net and a few other enthusiast sites. the general consensus from users who actually tried it were all positive. its durability appeared to be rock solid and its performance appeared to rival kryonaut after initial kryonaut application. its not as popular as other pastes but it seemed like a not-so-famous paste that's actually really good. so i ordered it to give it a try.and man am i happy i bought this paste. its super easy to apply. not to thick but not to runny and you get so much of it compared to the small little half gram tubes from kryonaut. yeah kryonaut has a bigger tube option but its really pricey. performance of mastergel has been topnotch. completely equivalent to the performance of initial application of kryonaut. i could say mastergel is better because my temps are actually about 2c lower than kryonaut was at initial application but to me that's within margin of error. and more importantly its durability so far has been great. its been holding up strong with no signs of dryness or performance degradation.i like it so much i went ahead and re-pasted my gigabyte 2070 super with it. one "issue" i've seen about mastergel maker is that it uses "nano diamond particles" and some people were concerned of it "scratching / pitting" the bare cpu / gpu die from the particles like other popular "nano diamond" based pastes. i couldn't find anyone complaining of it actually happening to them with this paste but rather I could only find concerns about it. i saw that cooler master made an effort to go out of their way to state and stress its not "erosive" and that they recommend to use it on "cpu's, GPU's, and CHIPSET'S."nevertheless i was a bit concerned about it and decided to test it first on an older gpu i had laying around. i thoroughly cleaned its die and heatsink spotlessly and applied a fair amount of mastergel to it using the "X" pattern. torqued down its cooler, then removed it to check it. after cleaning it i inspected it thoroughly and couldn't find any scratches, pits, or anything on it. it was a near perfect mirror. completely spotless. nothing on the heatsink, nothing on the gpu die. i then decided to be more aggressive about it and i decided to go crazy with the spatula it came with. i applied a massive blob of it and went to town with the spatula. i moved the paste around like i was making scrambles eggs, smacked it, stabbed it, placed my thumb at the tip of it and applied heavy pressure to it to move it around, etc. then cleaned it off with pre-moist alcohol wipes and this time rubbed harder than i normally would ever do and absolutely nothing to the die. it was perfect.so after that it made me feel extremely confident enough to apply it to my 2070 super and i'm glad i did. i knocked off 2-3c. i simply can't recommend mastergel maker enough. its a great paste and deserves more recognition. i love it.5Nano is your Buddy!Applied Mastergel Nano to my heatsink in Retina Macbook Pro 13" (model A1502). I did this to replace the manufacturer's thermal paste, which was all dried out, flaky, and definitely crusty. Idle temperature test (using Intel Power Gadget app) was about 40C at lowest. After applying Mastergel Nano, I cooled it down to about 35C. Not a huge change BUT I'd say its worth it for Retina Macbooks (which are known to have bad thermal cooling). I know this change helps because I'm not hearing the internal fan nearly as much as I used to. Just make sure you apply in SMALL AMOUNTS! By that I mean 2-3 "drops" and no more. It's very easy to squeeze out too much (big mistake), and that can have the opposite of the intended effect. So please be careful. This product also comes with a small plastic spudger (non-sharp), and a grease cleaner (sealed wipe), which I have not used yet. Performed two thermal paste replacements on two Macbooks thus far. I would buy again in the future!5Truly Innovative applicator methodology but poor QCI wanted to replace my Gelid GC Extreme paste and compare it to the new 2019 Mastergel Maker after hearing about it on various forums. I was pretty hyped and looking forward to seeing if it was as good as advertised. I was very pleased with the applicator, very good quality, smooth mechanism, and wide enough to make quick work of applying it on my cpus (ryzen 3700 and 3600). Unfortunately that's where it stops. The first tube came dry and very flaky. I anticipated the first squeeze to be somewhat dry but the entire tube came out as semi-dry spackling and would not spread. I reached out to amazon and they were amazing, as usual, and sent a replacement next day. I received it and unfortunately the second tube was just as painful. I tried to heat it in a ziplock bag and warm water... no such luck, not sure if it's a bad batch, but i'm back on the GC exteme paste for now.2Easy to apply and cheap The thermal paste is very easy to apply. The reason why I purchased this thermal paste is mainly because of its price. I did not notice that this thermal paste as watery as suggested by some of the reviewers. The paste itself is just like every other paste that I dealt with previously. The template that can with the package that supposedly aid you with the paste application itself is absolutely useless because it is designed for older CPU sockets so don't expect to use it with AMD Ryzen or other newer CPU sockets. 5Good stuff. Spreads easy, cools mightily! Somebody said the product 'dried too quickly' which is just silly. When you clamp or screw down your heat sink and the CPU heats up, the dry outer crust melts or re-liquefies. You shouldn't need to retighten your heat sink after that.It'd be nice if this product actually came with a little nylon spreader tool, but it didn't. I happened to have one or I'd have been SOL for application. I suppose a hygenic/surgical glove (nylon or latex) would work just as well with a fingertip as an applicator. 5Easy to apply and amazing resultsEasy to apply and amazing results, used it to repaste the i5 and 940m of a Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 that most of the time just started throttling afte a a minute of gaming because I live in a tropical country, but after using this paste it doesn't throttle at least for a few hours and even when it does it barely lowers the frequency of the gpu and cpu so I'm very happy with the results and definitely recommend it.5Not bad.Ok coming from Artic Silver, I was a bit sceptic, but didn't want to spend too much on another small tube. Because I was using this to work on my PS3, which i took apart, and was fixing. The paste applied very easily, no issues with that, came with a template for chip based stuff and even an application card, which was cool.As for how it applies, it went one fairly easily, and didn't have any issues with it being liquidy or anything like that. My PS3 seems happy too, I left it on for hours and played on it for more, and it did not overheat or seem to get too hot. So overall I am happy with the product.Was a skeptic, now not so much. Still might stick to Artic Silver for my pc though.....5Worked perfectly, and came with extra paste and other stuff! The Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste is a very good quality thermal paste to use. Although there is not much to talk about when it comes to thermal paste, I'll try to review it as best as I can.Usability: So it comes in a nice syringe-style thing (like most thermal pastes) that helps easily squirt it and cover the area you are putting it on. Not much else to say here, besides that it is easily usable.Package: Inside the packaging, there were two templates that helped you put the thermal paste on so you wouldn't get it on anything, and so it is spread evenly and thoroughly. This is very helpful and somewhat unexpected, but it really helped to put it on.Performance: This is the main part. After applying it, I put it on and decided to go for a test drive. Previously, I was getting normal temps of about 60 degrees C, which is insanely high for normal computer usage, while in games, it would go over 100 degrees and actually cause it to shut itself down. Obviously it was overheating, so I decided to try reapplying thermal paste. I went with this one after a recommendation, and after trying it, it was so much better. I went down to high 30s low 40s even during games, and my computer was much more reliable now. I can definitely use it much better without worrying about the temps, and I can tell you that it is a load off of my mind.There were no problems with it whatsoever, and there is still more than half left in the syringe so if I even need it again years from now, I'll have more handy. To apply it, I used a Q-Tip, and just spread it around until it was completely covered, and just pasted it on. Worked like a charm!Hopefully this review helped, and happy shopping! 5This is the White stuffMom needed this to re-apply new thermal paste to my brothers PC CPU. She said it worked well and like it was supposed to. She liked that it was in a syringe tube instead of a small lidded container where she would have to find something to scoop it out because she never had that plastic spreader when she needed it. She normally gets the Silver stuff in a tube but was happy to see the white thermal paste this time. She squeezed the amount out onto the CPU, used an old CC to spread it, covered it with the heatsink/fan and now it stops shutting down. A quick fix for overheating she said, especially when the old stuff is dried up . Great buy and she said will buy again.5Cooler Master (Gray) High-Performance Thermal Compound + Nano-Particles!It works! On my AMD A9, there was no compound whatsoever from the OEM: I needed caulk, but only gray and not the cheap.This Cooler Master is an industry-leading name brand with Nano-Particles that leave my AMD A9 chipset running fast and efficient; meaning this isn't only a thermal 'grease/compound' but nano-particles that conduct safely for a much cooler-running chipset.My A9 AMD is, as brand-new, running fairly hot on my lap; Not ANYMORE WHATSOEVER with Cooler Master.The Laptop is always cool, running performance, and increased clock-speeds; not to mention, i had an issue with a Software Driver upgrade, brand-new out-of-the-box, not even 2Weeks, and my chipped 'popped'. Yes, popped.Well, Cooler Master did good and saved the day on the AMD chipset; without it i could have even lost the laptop because of some ca-rinky-dink Software Graphics Driver that wouldn't upgrade to the latest version.When i purchase a new investment, i like it to run for a while without any problems, so out-of-the-box i upgrade all software and as-needed, software like RAM memory before i start routine use because i travel and need the thing to run efficiently.I think Cooler Master helped improve my Battery Life also because i don't experience 'heating' or the hurtful 'overheating' at all, i run cold with nano-particles using an industry standard Cooler Master, been around since the 1990's with performance Gaming componentry for chipsets and cooling.5Very Good Thermal pasteDelidded my 4790k and been using it almost 2 years..temp when idle/normal surfing is around 38 C(100 Fahrenheit)....Gaming temp around 59 C(138 fahrenheit) it did a great job all the while but my AIO died on me and had to repaste the CPU back.Tried to use other brand but temp 3 C to 4 C higher than this MasterGel Maker Nano paste.Never change to other thermal paste ever since and just bought it for spareThe only problem was that the new badge of the paste does not indicate (Nano) label on the tube but it is just the same thing.people may be confuse about that5Not the product from the image & watered downThe picture in the item for sale shows a golden label with a long blue cap. That is nothing at all like what I received as you can see from the pictures I've shared. It is not thick enough and when the heatsink was applied to my AMD CPU and the system up and running it spread away from the highest area of heat causing sporadic memory failures. I have switched to a different brand and all my memory problems went away and the system works better that I'm not using this product.1Easy to spreadI used for a 2700x cpu, as everyone knows these run high voltage so gets hot. Even though amd says its normal I had it running at 48 on idle and up to 90 when stressing. I did use a deep cool heatsink and this since the artic I used was so thick. I am now at 41 on idle and 77 on 30 min stress test. I can't say how much better this worked then artic since I used different fan but almost a 10 degree difference by spending $30 on this and heatsink is definitely better. I did prefer the easy to spread ability. it sticks and spreads easily. Of course there is no difference in how you apply as far as a best way so I prefer to cover the entire cpu then smooth out with a drop on the heatsink. I am satisfied5Works great with liquid cool systems and is a really good price for the quantity I do computer builds for people regularly. I use to use arctic silver that came in a syringe but the syringe averaged about $3 and was only usable on a few computer builds, which is good for the price but it's only a 3.5g syringe. But this tub is 200g and is made to withstand higher temps and allows for a better heat transfer. A recent build I did using this ran several degrees cooler than a similar build that arctic silver was used. Great deal and the price is really good considering the quantity. 5great I used this on my first CPU installation. Pretty nerve wracking, but this stuff made the process a little more bearable. I bought it because it was the cheapest, to be honest. I may try artic silver next time just to see the differences in cooling, but this stuff has kept my CPU running cool for the past few months. I'm usually at 31c for regular use.Just take the cap off and put a pea size amount in the center of your CPU then put the heat sink on over it! I don't remember if this came with guides or sheets but honestly you don't need those or an applicator, you don't need to smear this all over your CPU. Let the heat sink spread it around for you. 5
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