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post #31 of 48 (permalink) Old 04-05-2019, 12:02 AM
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Does it matter if the paste dries out if the temps stay stable? I don't think so...
I have tested Kryonaut back to back with Noctua NT-H1, and Noctua was 1°C better on a fresh application, but after 3 weeks, it was Kryonaut that took the lead.

Inital temps on a fresh application on the GPU were this:
Kryonaut: 42°C
Noctua NT-H1: 41°C

And after 3 weeks (same results after 3 months btw)
Kryonaut: 44°C
Noctua NT-H1: 45°C

So it's Kryonaut for me. It seems to be more consistent in the long run. And I don't care if dries out or become a stone. As long as the temps are good, I'm fine with it.

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post #32 of 48 (permalink) Old 04-05-2019, 05:52 AM
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1c for the price of kryonaut is silly compared to nt-h1 price and performance

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On the topic on thermal paste longevity, does anyone know what's the shelf life of MX-4, mainly can it exceed 3 years? Noctua states that theirs is 2 years in the tube and 3 years between the CPU and heatsink, but I am curious if anyone has a 3 year old tube of any paste for that matter and how does it behave after all that time? I'm mainly asking as I am kinda fed up of buying TIM every so often and as a few PCs do go through my hands each month I'm looking into getting a 20g or larger tube of something that is as close to bulletproof as it can be.
I have a 5 year old tube that I cap and store in food saver. Still works just fine

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1c for the price of kryonaut is silly compared to nt-h1 price and performance
It's maybe $1-$2 per application depending how much you use. Not exactly a massive hole in the budget for the type of machines people are building here. Spending an extra $1 to chop 1C makes as much sense value-wise as spending an extra $50 to chop 50C (which anyone here would do in a heartbeat).

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Hi,
I can get nt-h1 locally 5x more more product for 3.us less than the small 1g tube of kryonaut
If anyone wants to use kryonaut feel free too.

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Ok well I figured out the issue with the temps, I got a huge air bubble stuck in my front rad as it's ports are located at the bottom and this was causing abnormal temps in the GPU (probably due to low flow as the Poseidon is pretty restrictive), even though I did turn the PC upside down and shake it looks like doing it for a second time fixed the issue.

I do agree that Kryonaut is stupidly expensive but as someone already mentioned it's a pretty good deal perf/$ wise.
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Kryonaut lost a lot of performance on my MSI RTX2080 in 5 months. After applying the paste...GPU core vas around 1995-2010 Mhz...fan on 55% and the temps were around 69-70C. Now...temps are at around 75-76 and core 1995-1980-1975, fan is still at 55% and temps in the room are actually a bit lower by 1-2 degrees. Same thing happened to my Legion y740 laptop. After not more than 2 months the cpu went from 85-89C to 95C and throttling. As i understood the Kryonaut is not suitable for applications above 80C, but my rtx2080 never got to 80 and still the thermal performance of the paste degraded. Will switch to Noctua NT-H2.
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Hi,
I can get nt-h1 locally 5x more more product for 3.us less than the small 1g tube of kryonaut
If anyone wants to use kryonaut feel free too.
NT-H2 in the current case
To blame is import tax to the US
Kryo in central europe is about half the price of noctua's NT-H1
There is a 4-5c difference in the 80c region, but under 60c most of the pastes have 1-2c difference at max
Stiffness of pastes only show after time the end results

Kryo and KingPin KPx here are cheap
Noctua is cheap in the US
We shouldn't bother too much about personal preference

Idk how much a tube of Noctua's NT holds for
But 1g of kryo is enough for 3 ryzen applications or 1 threadripper / 1 LN2 pot
3g of Kingpin KPx for about 4 ryzens 1 threadripper or 2 LN2 pots

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Thought I found a pretty good deal on a 11.1g tube of TGK
Turns out this thing isn't even probably 5-6g of actual paste next to the 10g tube of nt-h1 tells the story lol so yeah sent it back as false advertising to amazon dude must be weighing the entire package as the amount
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Found it to be poor performer on my systems. Overpriced and overhyped. Wouldn’t advise anyone to use it over other pastes.
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