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In this video, Der8auer (who is part owner of Thermal Grizzly) explains that Kryonaut is low viscosity and pumps out more readily than Hydronaut

Start video at 8:10

In water cooling, your CPU and GPU will thermal cycle more quickly and you need a thicker paste to avoid pumpout. Kryonaut is NOT designed for water.

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Quote: Originally Posted by 0451 View Post
In this video, Der8auer (who is part owner of Thermal Grizzly) explains that Kryonaut is low viscosity and pumps out more readily than Hydronaut https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCqxE-5Ct3w

Start video at 8:10

In water cooling, your CPU and GPU will thermal cycle more quickly and you need a thicker paste to avoid pumpout. Kryonaut is NOT designed for water.
Well that's not what their web page says...

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Well that's not what their web page says...
Their web page you linked specifically states that Kryonaut is for extreme overclockers. The Hydronaut page says its for watercooling. Even the names make sense: Kryo = Cryogenics... Hydro = Water.

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well I learned the hard way that artic silver 5, is not designed to be used in conditions that reach 0C or less. as it will dry out really quickly, and turn into a dust. today I use artic ceramique for all my cold side thermal connection points.

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Quote: Originally Posted by 0451 View Post
Their web page you linked specifically states that Kryonaut is for extreme overclockers. The Hydronaut page says its for watercooling. Even the names make sense: Kryo = Cryogenics... Hydro = Water.
and if you look at the stats both have 5* for water cooling, it also states On Hydronaut, for large cooling systems for EXAMPLE water cooling, not specifically for that job

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Kryonaut is way over priced and over rated NT-H1 is fine.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32830100192.html


$3.5, 30 grams

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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
Weight does not equal volume dude, also not everyone uses enormous syringes.

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and if you look at the stats both have 5* for water cooling, it also states On Hydronaut, for large cooling systems for EXAMPLE water cooling, not specifically for that job
Yes, it's rather cryptic. FWIW, I just took apart my block for cleaning and this is what it looks like after almost 3 years using Hydronaut:
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