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I was looking into getting some of the thermal grizzly kryonaut thermal paste for cooling as it's good but doesn't have the difficulties as their liquid metal counterpart (I can't afford to screw up with liquid metal). However, as I live in Canada, the costs of thermal grizzly are insanely inflated due to third party suppliers. Therefore, what are some other decent non-liquid metal thermal pastes around that are actually affordable?

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MX-4 has a really good price.

 

last time I checked NT-H1 and IC-diamond were more expensive, but you can check again.

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I use Noctua NT-H1 and have had good results in laptops. Before that, probably 15 years ago, I used Arctic Silver.

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2 minutes ago, Enderman said:

MX-4 has a really good price.

 

last time I checked NT-H1 and IC-diamond were more expensive, but you can check again.

It's not the price itself, but the same thermal grizzly between US and Canada Amazon is like 2.5 times different. It's hella inflated for an already expensive paste.

 

Between those three what do you like better?

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2 minutes ago, Tobimaru said:

I use Noctua NT-H1 and have had good results in laptops. Before that, probably 15 years ago, I used Arctic Silver.

Why the change between NT-H1 and Artic Silver? Any performance reason? 

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9 minutes ago, Krolic said:

I was looking into getting some of the thermal grizzly kryonaut thermal paste for cooling as it's good but doesn't have the difficulties as their liquid metal counterpart (I can't afford to screw up with liquid metal). However, as I live in Canada, the costs of thermal grizzly are insanely inflated due to third party suppliers. Therefore, what are some other decent non-liquid metal thermal pastes around that are actually affordable?

Have u tried Amazon?

 

That was the cheapest place for me to get it in the UK

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1 minute ago, jimkirk363 said:

Have u tried Amazon?

 

That was the cheapest place for me to get it in the UK

Yep, that's the first place I looked. Hella inflated on there.

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@Krolic The only other one ive really used is the Noctua.

 

Ive used it on a few AMD Ryzen 2600 and 2700x and seems fine.

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39 minutes ago, Krolic said:

It's not the price itself, but the same thermal grizzly between US and Canada Amazon is like 2.5 times different. It's hella inflated for an already expensive paste.

 

Between those three what do you like better?

I use MX-4.

Really easy to clean off, good performance, and also is available in large 20g tubes.

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17 hours ago, Enderman said:

I use MX-4.

Really easy to clean off, good performance, and also is available in large 20g tubes.

Thanks, I'll take a look. That was one of the main ones I was looking at anyways. 

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@Krolic

 

NewEgg Canada carries Thermal Grizzly through Corn Electronics...shipped by NewEgg.

https://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=thermal+grizzly&N=-1&isNodeId=1

 

Otherwise, Arctic MX-4, GELID GC-Extreme, or Noctua NT-H1 are also good.

 

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Thermal-Grizzly-Conductonaut-Liquid-Metal-Thermal-Paste-1g/113471023464?epid=1261161266&amp;hash=item1a6b666968:g:fxkAAOSwSe5cG5Ed:rk:17:pf:0#shpCntId

 

In literally 30 seconds I found the solution to the problem you artificially fabricated despite asking for advice and ignoring those with experience that have delidded in the past.

 

You can now stop whining and thank me later.

What does windows 10 and ET have in common?

 

They are both constantly trying to phone home.

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10 hours ago, -rascal- said:

@Krolic

 

NewEgg Canada carries Thermal Grizzly through Corn Electronics...shipped by NewEgg.

https://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&amp;DEPA=0&amp;Order=BESTMATCH&amp;Description=thermal+grizzly&amp;N=-1&amp;isNodeId=1

 

Otherwise, Arctic MX-4, GELID GC-Extreme, or Noctua NT-H1 are also good.

 

I looked at Newegg already, but thanks. Probably just gonna go for the Arctic MX-4.

 

One of the issues I'm having is that on Newegg.com (US) the same 1g Kryonaut in the bag packaging is 6.79 USD. Even with conversion from USD to CAD, that's still only about 10 CAD. They are trying to sell it for double that, which I find kind of ridiculous to support. 

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10 hours ago, Hellion said:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Thermal-Grizzly-Conductonaut-Liquid-Metal-Thermal-Paste-1g/113471023464?epid=1261161266&amp;hash=item1a6b666968:g:fxkAAOSwSe5cG5Ed:rk:17:pf:0#shpCntId

 

In literally 30 seconds I found the solution to the problem you artificially fabricated despite asking for advice and ignoring those with experience that have delidded in the past.

 

You can now stop whining and thank me later.

I don't see how I fabricated that products in Canada are priced much higher by third parties, but sure. I don't see the point in getting into an internet argument with you either. 

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32 minutes ago, Krolic said:

I looked at Newegg already, but thanks. Probably just gonna go for the Arctic MX-4.

 

One of the issues I'm having is that on Newegg.com (US) the same 1g Kryonaut in the bag packaging is 6.79 USD. Even with conversion from USD to CAD, that's still only about 10 CAD. They are trying to sell it for double that, which I find kind of ridiculous to support. 

 

Fair enough.

It looks like Corn Electronics is trying to make a few buck profit from it.

There is also import fees since Thermal Grizzly does not supply to Canada, so its really coming from across the border.

It shouldn't be an extra $9 ~ $10, but you know how things go with our Canadian Pesos currency.

 

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2 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

Fair enough.

It looks like Corn Electronics is trying to make a few buck profit from it.

There is also import fees since Thermal Grizzly does not supply to Canada, so its really coming from across the border.

It shouldn't be an extra $9 ~ $10, but you know how things go with our Canadian Pesos currency.

 

That's fair, probably isn't shipping directly here. Plus duty taxes, tariffs, etc. 

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