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Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound Made in USA 3.5g Tube High Density CPU Cooling Paste $9.65 Delivered Australia-Wide @ PEPNIMBLE


Arctic Silver® 5 High-Density Polysynthetic Silver CPU or GPU Thermal Compound / Thermal Paste - Made in USA

With its unique high-density filling of micronized silver and enhanced thermally conductive ceramic particles, Arctic Silver 5 provides a new level of performance and stability. Arctic Silver 5 is the reference premium thermal compound. Arctic Silver 5 is optimized for a wide range of bond lines between modern high-power CPUs and high performance heatsinks or water-cooling solutions. Made in USA.

Made With 99.9% Pure Silver

Arctic Silver 5 uses three unique shapes and sizes of pure silver particles to maximize particle-to-particle contact area and thermal transfer.

Absolute Stability

Arctic Silver 5 will not separate, run, migrate, or bleed.

No surcharges when paid via PayPal or Visa/Master cards. Also, payment can be made using Afterpay, Klarna and Latitudepay.

Price includes Australia-wide delivery via trackable service. AU Stock.

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  • +2

    Been using this paste for a while now
    Tend to get 3 to 4 pastings from a tube

    Switched from deepcool z5, mainly due to price.
    No Thermo testing

    • Any good?

      • +1

        In most case, probably not much difference if you apply them correctly.

  • +4

    Arctic Silver 5 was a very good paste back in the day (2008). I had a tube from 2009 which was still fine all the way to 2019. So it is a long lasting paste in the tube. However, it does seem to not be as thermally conductive as other pastes such as Noctua NT-H1 / NT-H2, or the specialist pastes such as KPx.

    For this price, I'd rather go for NT-H1, but I think one of the advantages of Arctic Silver 5 is use in systems that won't see a repaste for many years. I use this for my PS3 and PS4, but use NT-H1 for my PC as it is easier to replace the paste in my PC every few years.

    • +2

      Yes agree with you. NT-H1 is superior in many aspects to this Arctic Silver 5 and is based on newer technology. If price is not an issue then this 10grams syringe of NT-H1 for $23 delivered is a good value for money:

      Remember we don't charge any surcharges for using PayPal, Visa/Master or even American Express card. BNPL like Afterpay, Klarna and Latitudepay are also available.


    • Depending on the tests and environment MX-4 and MX-5 seem on par/better than NT-H1 and NT-H2 and Mastergel Maker is better than all of them, plus also costs a lot less than the Noctua pastes. I do agree it's not a very compelling price to use AS5 when there's better pastes for less/slightly more than it.

  • Arctic MX-4 is cheaper on Amazon, a better paste for less.