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Thermal Compound Paste for i7-9700k

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1 minute ago, Aditya Badgujar said:

I have all the pc parts. And paste is not on it. So which thermal compound paste I use ? It could help in cooling 

I personally use arctic silver 5

but thermal grizzly Kryonaut, arctic mx4, noctua nth1 and many more are good pasts. just get something like that, and you'll be fine

 

 

Hii there,

               I am building PC with i7-9700k and Cpu cooler is nzxt kraken x62. So Which thermal compound paste should I apply on cpu? Please suggest me and give ur any options about it... Thank you:)

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doesn't it come with pre-applied paste? otherwise paste doesn't make that big of a difference, noctua and arctic have some nice ones from my experience

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3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

doesn't it come with pre-applied paste? otherwise paste doesn't make that big of a difference, noctua and arctic have some nice ones from my experience

I have all the pc parts. And paste is not on it. So which thermal compound paste I use ? It could help in cooling 

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Just now, Aditya Badgujar said:

I have all the pc parts. And paste is not on it. So which thermal compound paste I use ? It could help in cooling 

Noctua makes nice stuff, and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut is pretty much the best paste on the market AFAIK. I use both the Noctua and TG stuff, performs very well. 

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1 minute ago, Aditya Badgujar said:

I have all the pc parts. And paste is not on it. So which thermal compound paste I use ? It could help in cooling 

I personally use arctic silver 5

but thermal grizzly Kryonaut, arctic mx4, noctua nth1 and many more are good pasts. just get something like that, and you'll be fine

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16 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

I personally use arctic silver 5

but thermal grizzly Kryonaut, arctic mx4, noctua nth1 and many more are good pasts. just get something like that, and you'll be fine

I am going to buy noucta nt-h1. It’s supports OC too. Thank you :)

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16 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

Noctua makes nice stuff, and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut is pretty much the best paste on the market AFAIK. I use both the Noctua and TG stuff, performs very well. 

Thank you:)

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Just now, Aditya Badgujar said:

I am going to buy noucta nt-h1. It’s supports OC too. Thank you :)

any good paste does...  but it's good paste

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