This was posted 1 year 6 months 7 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Noctua NT-H1 10g Thermal Paste $25 Delivered @ Scorptec

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Cheaper at MWave and CPL if you can pickup, but if you need it delivered, then Scorptec is the cheapest if you take advantage of the free shipping for this Easter break.

Free shipping ends tonight.

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  • +3

    Probably one of the best thermal pastes out there.

    It's sold out for delivery though.

    Note you don't need a 10g tube if you're just building one PC (only ever add a pea-size amount onto CPU). There's a 3.5g variant for ~$15 available.

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  • Lols, I just bought one before posting up. Sorry guys.

  • roman/derbaur is making a new paste, should be on the market soon i think its kryo v2?

  • $25 for 10g when I can get 30g of GD 900 (check it out) for about $8 ??

    I have done tests with both and the Noctua edges it out by a degree or 2… YMMV

  • +2

    A 3g tube is also included in all their cpu coolers as wll

  • I kept a tube of NT-H1 and Arctic Silver 5 for 9 years. I had rebuilt my PC a few times but these two tubes were more than enough. I also redid the thermal paste on my PS3 and PS4. At the end of 9 years, the NT-H1 had dried out in the tube. The Arctic Silver 5 was still a paste and flowed out of the small syringe easily. So I bought a new larger tube of thermal paste and picked Arctic Silver 5 of course.

  • +1

    Came with my noctua coolers…probably 8 years ago, pull out use it last month and still fresh! lol (probably I should get a new one, oh well)

  • unless your spending upwards of 3.5k on a rig this is a waste for the gain in temp.

  • GD900 is the best. Best value for money. Best performance. Easy to apply what ever your chosen method is.

  • Good thermal paste